Highlighting the government’s efforts for the welfare of the underprivileged, Union Home Minister Amit Shah on Tuesday said that in the last seven years of the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP)-led government at the Center, 10 crore women were provided toilets and Electricity has now reached four crore homes.
Addressing the foundation day program of the 28th National Human Rights Commission (NHRC), Shah said, “In the last seven years, around 60 crore underprivileged people have been taken care of through government schemes, believing that there is someone for them. 10 Toilets have been provided to crore women, electricity has been provided to about four crore houses.”
The Union Minister further said that two crore people have been provided houses. Shah said that the government led by Prime Minister Modi has ensured protection of human rights of 60 crore underprivileged population.
Prime Minister Narendra Modi also presided over the program. Justice Arun Kumar Mishra (Chairman of the National Human Rights Commission of India) also participated in the programme.
According to a release from the Prime Minister’s Office, the NHRC was set up under the Protection of Human Rights Act 1993 on October 12, 1993 for the protection and protection of human rights.
The commission takes cognizance of any violation of human rights, inquires and, in cases of violation of human rights, recommends to the public authorities for payment of compensation to the victims, other remedial and also legal remedies against wrongful public servants. Is.
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