This article is written by – Khushi Chamaria, GIBS, IP University
In a recent case against the National Human Rights Commission of India, there has been an allegation by Judge H. Tandon saying that there have been biased poll results. Adding to this he said that if an offense is committed then wrongdoers should also be punished. Justice should be served and free & fair decisions should be declared.
According to the National Human Rights Commission of India, no business has been conducted and there are no political affiliations and meetings as such.
Contradicting this, Justice Hamid Tandon said that the findings of the committee have found out that there are recommendations that NHRC is close with some political affairs and ministers along with having some affiliations with police officers which is not fair for our judicial system.
Senior Advocate Abhishek Manu Singhvi in his statement claimed that during the submission period, it was biased and corrupted.
Stating that there are few members in the committee who had links with the BJP, also pleading to reject the commission in the Court for good.
Our Judicial System should be free and fair from such biases and erroneous decisions and as a citizen of this democratic country we should be responsible towards it.