Thursday, December 31, 2015

Human rights, For a baby

To

Honourable Shri Justice Cyriac Joseph
Acting Chairperson, NHRC
Respected Sir

Thanking you for the your enlightening talk on Lok Sabha Channel, today.  I wish you all the more success in your quest for spreading Human rights' awareness.

in the capacity of a civilian citizen, I have a rather disturbing incidence to report, belonging to  Human Rights violation of a baby.

At the Vytilla Junction, which is the entrance to the Cochin city, one of the biggest traffic junction, which caters to most  traffic to and from Kochi city.

On 14th of this month, while  waiting in my car for the signal, at 10:30AM, I was approached by a young lady in her late teens, for a sale of a lottery ticket. She was carrying on her shoulders, a baby whom she was having totally covered and hidden by a thick cloth.
I did purchase a ticket from her and in an earnest gesture to find out the condition of the child on her shoulders. asked her to lift the cloth cover.

I was shocked to see a sleeping child of one to one and half years of age, fully drenched in sweat, again wrapped inside another cloth, The baby was  asleep as though it had been  drugged.
There is no chance that a small baby would sleep in that searing Sun of the 10:30AM, in a bright and sunny day. 

One redeeming quality I found from the young lady was that she was not into begging for money. Also, that she did not think twice in taking off the cloth from me the baby. The woman did not understand any  Malayalam language that I spoke to her, but could understand my Hindi very well. Thus, it is obvious that the lady is  a typical gypsy kind of family of wanderers from the Northern states of our country. At this rate of torture and dehydration, the child might not survive long.  Various possibilities include :-
1. The reason for the insensitivity to the child's plight may be because the child might have been stolen from somewhere and the woman might be a part of a racket , trying to earn sympathies and sale of lottery.

2. Maybe the lottery itself is fake and a big Mafia is behind a new form of begging in the form of Lottery ticket sale.

3. Maybe the child is hers, but she is so young and un-educated to know the implications of the torture to her baby.
4. The lottery business, run by the state, has been under lots of criticism in the recent years for it supposedly being subverted by the interstate  lottery Mafia.

I am attaching a copy of the Lottery Ticket along with this E-mail, hoping that it might help to track down the lady and the baby for rehabilitation.

I contacted the 1098 number of the child helpline and did inform about this incident. Though the helpline personal did inform that they would look into the matter and check out on the area for  the lady and the child and would take steps to rehabilitate the woman and the child. The helpline personnel have taken my cell number. But I have not received any response from them yet.
I understand the constraints of the machinery of the helpline system. 

I wish that  esteemed establishment will take up the issue in an earnest way and will help in saving  young ladies and children from being used for any form of trafficking, and also find ways to rehabilitate these women and children.

Tuesday, August 18, 2015

My PAGE: PRSEC/E/2013/06044

My PAGE: PRSEC/E/2013/06044

http://www.dnaindia.com/india/report-tamil-nadu-jail-term-for-sinking-wells-without-government-permission-2009859

Wednesday, May 27, 2015

My PAGE: Grievance for Registration No: PRSEC/E/2015/02779

My PAGE: Grievance for Registration No: PRSEC/E/2015/02779


Registration Number:PRSEC/E/2015/02779
Name Of Complainant:Nataraj S Narayan
Date of Receipt:25 Mar 2015
Received by:President's Secretariat
Forwarded to:DCP (North Distt)
Contact Address:Dy. Commissioner of Police


Near Vidhan Sabha, Civil Lines


Delhi110054
Contact Number:01123817012
Grievance Description:Subject: Six year old Child Missing Honorable President of India I request to consider and redress the issue of a 22 year old lady from Kerala, by name Fathima, daughter of Subaida, Moolai Veedu,Near Pazhasshi School, Matthannoor, Karuvachal, Kerala. This woman, Fathima is has registered a case at Chandni Chowk Police Station,Delhi, regarding the loss of her six year old daughter, who was stolen from her hands from Delhi Railway Station. The said incident happened in November last year, and till date the lady has not got back her child. Fathima being a poor and illiterate lone woman, she was taken refuge on November 15th at "Prayas Bharathi Trust", Patna. The police have foresaken her as of now, claiming that she has no photo of her missing child, despite the fact that 2 of the miscreants who snatched away her child were nabbed by the police. The incident of missing child happened in Delhi. The "Prayas Bharathi Trust", Chair person Ms. Suman Lal has all the infomation about this woman. The sad situation is that the woman cannot go back to Kerala and is desparate about getting her Six year old child back in her arms. Her father has passed away long time back and is a destitute without support from her husband. She had been to Kashmir on a visit to her uncle, along with her daughter and was on her way back to Kerala, when her uncle left her at Delhi Railway station. Respected sir, the story has been reported in the 'Mathrubhumi' Malayalam daily newspaper on the 12th page, dated 24-3-15, yesterday. Kindly understand that the it is the worst nightmare of any parent endure the heart rending tragedy of a child going missing, that too a girl child. Please help Fathima and get her child back to her.
Current Status:CASE CLOSED
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Date of Action:25 May 2015
Details:DPCOP reported that The matter was enquired through ACP/Kotwali, which revealed that a case vide FIR No. 861/14 u/s 363 IPC was registered at PS Kotwali. In this case accused namely Abhishek (husband of Fatima) was arrested but despite best efforts missing girl could not be traced. Efforts are being made to trace out the missing girl.

Wednesday, March 25, 2015

Grievance for Registration No: PRSEC/E/2015/02779

Grievance for Registration No: PRSEC/E/2015/02779
Subject: Six year old Child Missing Honorable President of India I request to consider and redress the issue of a 22 year old lady from Kerala, by name Fathima, daughter of Subaida, Moolai Veedu,Near Pazhasshi School, Matthannoor, Karuvachal, Kerala. This woman, Fathima is has registered a case at Chandni Chowk Police Station,Delhi, regarding the loss of her six year old daughter, who was stolen from her hands from Delhi Railway Station. The said incident happened in November last year, and till date the lady has not got back her child. Fathima being a poor and illiterate lone woman, she was taken refuge on November 15th at "Prayas Bharathi Trust", Patna. The police have foresaken her as of now, claiming that she has no photo of her missing child, despite the fact that 2 of the miscreants who snatched away her child were nabbed by the police. The incident of missing child happened in Delhi. The "Prayas Bharathi Trust", Chair person Ms. Suman Lal has all the infomation about this woman. The sad situation is that the woman cannot go back to Kerala and is desparate about getting her Six year old child back in her arms. Her father has passed away long time back and is a destitute without support from her husband. She had been to Kashmir on a visit to her uncle, along with her daughter and was on her way back to Kerala, when her uncle left her at Delhi Railway station. Respected sir, the story has been reported in the 'Mathrubhumi' Malayalam daily newspaper on the 12th page, dated 24-3-15, yesterday. Kindly understand that the it is the worst nightmare of any parent endure the heart rending tragedy of a child going missing, that too a girl child. Please help Fathima and get her child back to her.