Violation Of Human Rights Essay

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NATIONAL LAW INSTITUTE UNIVERSITY, BHOPAL

A
SYNOPSIS REPORT
ON
Violations of human rights in police custody

SUBMITTED TO SUBMITTED BY
Assistant Professor Divya Salim SHAILESH MISHRA
(N.L.I.U. BHOPAL) ENROLLMENT NO.-B-0629 ROLL NO.- 07
INTRODUCTION
Every individual as a member of the human society has some basic rights which are considered as human rights. This can be used against the state or any other public authority irrespective of any other consideration. So every single
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From the work of Kalidasa it appears that administration of urban police department was not always satisfactory and the integrity of officials was questionable and they were experts in accepting bribes and many of them were alcohol addicts.
POLICE UNDER THE ISLAMIC AND BRITISH RULE
With the invasion of India by Muslims created new situation wherein the muslim rulers or sultans followed a policy of discrimination against the Hindus. So the significance of muslim rule in India was counterproductive to harmony, justice, and equality.
The performance of magisterial function by the police kotwal was an important feature, which was later followed by English East India Company. He had been vested with power to inflict torture. Police were very ineffective. On September 9, 1854 the governor in council of fort St. George appointed a commission “for the investigation of alleged cases of torture at Madras.
In order to remove defects sections 25 and 26 included in Indian Evidence Act and made police untrustworthy. The same Act is in use even today in

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