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Public opinion on Police Reform Bill sought

Apex court constitution of State security panel

Hyderabad, February 17, 2008

The Commonwealth Human Rights Initiative and other organizations working for human rights have advised the State government not to pass the proposed Police Reform Bill in haste. The CHRI has asked the government to conduct public hearings on the provisions that should be incorporated in the Police Reform besides taking directives issued by the Supreme Court before passing the bill.

CHRI programme officers Pushkar Raj and Ebba Martensson expressed concern that the government was trying to pass the legislation on police reforms during the current budget session without implementing the Apex Court’s seven-point directive providing for more transparent functioning of Police Department.

Speaking at a press conference with the representatives of Sakshi, People’s Watch and other organizations, Raj said that the apex court favored constitution of State Security Commission to ensure that the government did not exercise unwarranted influence over the police.

Andhra Pradesh on February 17, 2008

Eight Bangladeshis arrested at Secunderabad Railway Station
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Public opinion on Police Reform Bill sought
Apex court constitution of State security panel

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