Consequences Against Torture

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• Right Against Torture
Torture is the method used in the interrogation of suspect to make them more amenable to providing information and confession and for this interrogators use flash lights, loud music, extremely cold temperature which ultimately leads to the violation of humans rights
According to article 5 of Universal Declaration Of Human Rights -
"No one shall be subjected to torture or to cruel, inhuman or degrading treatment or punishment"
The CIA often used sleep deprivation which "involved keeping detainees awake for up to 180 hours, usually standing or in stress positions, at times with their hands shackled above their heads."
In India also, Torture is well known tool used for
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Under the proposed law, public servants and others responsible for causing grievous hurt or danger to life, limb or health of any person would be liable for being punished for torture. Incidentally, the draft legislation also makes inflicting mental torture a punishable offence. Public servants torturing anybody for the purpose of extracting information or extra-judicial confession from any accused would be punished under the proposed law.
• Violation of right to sleep of
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The federal government made thousand number of rules, statute, regulation, and complex laws which these truck drivers has to follow among all these requirement , the truck drivers need to take adequate rest between their shifts. These laws have been developed and altered over time based on medical and scientific conclusions, as well as safety research, accident statistics, and industry recommendations. But what if , if these laws in favor of these people are being violated on the daily basis by those only who have sworn or have taken oath to uphold or enforce the law?
So for this there is an organization "don't wake me up" which works for the rights of the truckers
There have been 1.00.000 rood accident reported in which 15550 deaths and 40000 severe injuries have been reported in usa. In USA aound 2,50,000 drivers fall asleep while driving -this was the report submitted by National Highway Traffic Safety Administration .National Sleep Foundation, 54% of adult drivers said they had driven while drowsy during the past year with 28% saying they had actually fallen asleep while driving
Young people, mainly young men , shift workers, truck drivers, people with untreated Apnea syndrome and Narcolepsy are the people who are at the highest risk of
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