Aple Manavadhikar Foundation

जनसामान्यांचा आधार, आपले मानवाधिकार

The purpose of this foundation is to promote our team, as well as to work on injustice in our society, corruption, women's workshops, jobs, agriculture, epidemics, other economical and social problems of across India.

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About President

Mr Dipesh Pashte - Director (Founder & President)

Hon.PhD in Psychology

Overcoming extremely poor conditions, Shri Samarth Meditation & Study Skills Center was established in November 2013 by pursuing postgraduate education in Mathematics as well as MBA education and studying Yoga, Pranayama, Meditation and Ayurveda. Through this organization, he started social, cultural and educational as well as spiritual work all over India. The Fourth Pillar of Democracy - Journalism is a hobby and as it is a hobby of writing and reading. He has started a movement to eradicate superstitions as a meditation expert and counselor as he has contributed

in the field of spirituality as well as in case of mental distress, without resorting to any technical magician. Due to his accurate knowledge of Yoga and Pranayama as well as Ayurveda, Shri Samarth Meditation & Study Skills Center is always providing free public awareness and service to the police administration and social service organizations through meditation. Due to his mastery of the conceptual structure and the art of speech, as well as his interest in pure thought and social work and his efforts to implement new ventures, he has held various positions in various organizations, establishments and organizations. The International Institute of Naturopathy (INO), New Delhi has also appointed a member of the organization as a member of the organization in view of all these factors as well as their passion and passion for the environment (tree planting and conservation).

He has been appointed as the Director of the Human Rights Foundation in recognition of his passion for social work, his struggles and his ability to take Maharashtra to a higher level. He is being congratulated on all levels for getting justice and giving no thought to anyone in times of need. Everyone is hoping for immediate help. He is pursuing a PhD degree from International Global University with a focus on human rights, keeping in mind the desire to continue his education till the end while doing social work.

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Who we are

We are a social, cultural, humanitarian, social service organization as well as an organization that works to expose injustice, raise voice against corruption and bring justice to all. If anyone facing any issue, you can reach out to us immediately. You will definitely get the right help from the Aple Manavadhikar Foundation.

What we do

We call our self Human rights defenders and we act peacefully for the promotion and protection of those rights. Human rights defenders are those men and women who act peacefully for the promotion and protection of those rights, and most of this activity happens within a nation as opposed to internationally. Our mission is fight agaist the human right violation. In efforts to eliminate violations of human rights, building awareness and protesting inhumane treatment has often led to calls for action and sometimes improved conditions.

MAJOR HUMAN RIGHTS ISSUES AND VIOLATIONS

Covid 19 & Global Pandemic

  • Vaccination
  • Avaibility of Oxygen
  • Avaibility of Medical facilities
  • Food, Shelter and masks
  • Social distancing and e-passes
  • Unemployement & Job losses

Administration of Justice

  • Abuse of power
  • Arbitrary detention
  • Cruel,Inhuman degrading treatment
  • Custodial care
  • Disappearance
  • Torture

Prisoners/Under trials/Inmates

  • Atrocities, Cruelty, Torture
  • Death & Rape in custody
  • Disappearances, Discrimination
  • Unnecessary handcuffing
  • Deprivation of legal aid
  • Unnecessary handcuffing

Women harassment

  • Abduction, Eve-teasing
  • Dowry demand, Dowry death / attempt
  • Indignity, Exploitation
  • Mental harassment at workplace
  • Prostitution
  • Sexual harassment & rape

Children

  • Bonded labour, Early marriage
  • Exploitation, Prostitution
  • Kidnapping for begging
  • Immoral trafficking
  • Disappearance, Hunger & malnutrition
  • Denial of education

Disabled People

  • Denial of legitimate benefits
  • Medical facilities
  • Denial of proper care
  • Exclusion
  • Inadequate facilities
  • Unemployment

Administration of Justice

  • Abuse of power
  • Arbitrary detention
  • Cruel,Inhuman degrading treatment
  • Custodial care
  • Disappearance
  • Torture

Citizens

  • Social justice
  • Violation of right to vote
  • Terrorism-unlawful eviction
  • Violation of freedom of association
  • Violation of right to development
  • Violation of right to information

Youth

  • Denial of human rights education
  • Discrimination on the basis of race, sex, caste, religion and nationality
  • Unemployment, Ragging
  • Social media bullying & fraud
  • Violation of right to development

Brief introduction of Human rights.

(Article by Dr. Vitthal Sallawar (MBBS) President, Nanded District)

Human rights are rights inherent to all human beings, regardless of race, sex, nationality, ethnicity, language, religion, or any other status.

Human rights in Constitution of India are none other than Fundamental rights.

Part III of the Constitution is rightly described as the Magna Carta of India.

REFERENCE((""Magna Carta’ is the Charter of Rights issued by King John of England in 1215 under pressure from the barons. This is the first written document relating to the Fundamental Rights of citizens.))


It contains a very long and comprehensive list of ‘justiciable’ Fundamental Rights.
Originally, the Constitution provided for seven Fundamental Rights viz,
1. Right to equality (Articles 14–18)
2. Right to freedom (Articles 19–22)
3. Right against exploitation (Articles 23–24)
4. Right to freedom of religion (Articles 25–28)
5. Cultural and educational rights (Articles 29–30)
6. Right to property (Article 31)
7. Right to constitutional remedies (Article 32)
However, the right to property was deleted from the list of Fundamental Rights by the 44th Amendment Act, 1978."

REFERENCE


((Enacted by the Janata Government mainly to nullify some of the other distortions introduced by the 42nd AmendmentAct, 1976))


FEATURES OF FUNDAMENTAL RIGHTS


•They are not absolute but qualified
•Some of them are negative in character
•They are defended and guaranteed by the Supreme Court
•They are not sacrosanct or permanent
•Their application to the members of armed forces, para-military forces, police forces, intelligence agencies and analogous services can be restricted or abrogated by the Parliament

- Dr. Vitthal Sallawar (MBBS) President, Nanded District