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Prevention of Communal and Targeted Violence (Access to Justice and Reparations) Bill, 2011 Pctvbill (Hindu Vinashak) 2011 as a Whole

Prevention of Communal and Targeted Violence (Access to Justice and Reparations) Bill, 2011 Pctvbill (Hindu Vinashak) 2011 as a Whole

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IT IS BILL BEING TRIED TO PASS BY SONIA GANDHI LEAD UPA COALITION GOVERNMENT OF INDIA TO SUPPRESS NATIVES OF INDIA- THE HINDUS TO APPEASE MUSLIMS AND CHRISTIANS TO ACCUMULATE VOTE BANK OF CONGRESS. ON THE CONTRARY THE HISTORY DEPICTS THAT MUSLIMS ATTACKED HINDUS AND SIKHS, CHRISTIANS CONSIDER THEMSELVES NON-INDIANS IN NORTH EAST AND CALL OTHER INDIANS AS BLOODY INDIANS. HINDUS WERE, ARE AND WILL REMAIN PEACEFUL COMMUNITY.
IT IS BILL BEING TRIED TO PASS BY SONIA GANDHI LEAD UPA COALITION GOVERNMENT OF INDIA TO SUPPRESS NATIVES OF INDIA- THE HINDUS TO APPEASE MUSLIMS AND CHRISTIANS TO ACCUMULATE VOTE BANK OF CONGRESS. ON THE CONTRARY THE HISTORY DEPICTS THAT MUSLIMS ATTACKED HINDUS AND SIKHS, CHRISTIANS CONSIDER THEMSELVES NON-INDIANS IN NORTH EAST AND CALL OTHER INDIANS AS BLOODY INDIANS. HINDUS WERE, ARE AND WILL REMAIN PEACEFUL COMMUNITY.

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 Advisory Grouphttp://nac.nic.in/communal/advisorygroup.htm[12/21/2011 3:40:02 PM]
 
 
 
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Communal & Sectarian Violence Bill, 2010 Advisory Group
Constituted by National Advisory Council Working GroupTime Frame: August 1, 2010 – January 31, 2011Advisory Group Members
1. Abusaleh Sharif2. Asgar Ali Engineer3. Gagan Sethi4. H.S Phoolka5. John Dayal6. Justice Hosbet Suresh7. Kamal Faruqui8. Manzoor Alam9. Maulana Niaz Farooqui10. Ram Puniyani11. Rooprekha Verma12. Samar Singh13. Saumya Uma14. Shabnam Hashmi (upto 9 December 2010)15. Sister Mary Scaria16. Sukhdeo Thorat17. Syed Shahabuddin18. Uma Chakravarty19. Upendra Baxi1. Aruna Roy, NAC Working Group Member2. Professor Jadhav, NAC Working Group Member3. Anu Aga, NAC Working Group Member
Joint Conveners of Advisory Group
Farah Naqvi, Convener, NAC Working GroupHarsh Mander, Member, NAC Working Group 
 
Drafting Committeehttp://nac.nic.in/communal/dc.htm[12/21/2011 3:40:57 PM]
 
 
 
Content owned & maintained by
National Advisory Council,Government of India
Website hosted by
National Informatics Centre, Department of Information Technology,Government of IndiaPage Last Updated on19 April, 2011
Communal & Sectarian Violence Bill, 2010 Drafting Committee
Constituted by National Advisory Council Working GroupTime Frame: August 1, 2010 – February 28, 2011Drafting Committee Members
Gopal SubramaniumMaja DaruwalaNajmi WaziriP.I.JosePrasad SirivellaTeesta SetalvadUsha Ramanathan (upto 20 Feb 2011)Vrinda Grover (upto 20 Feb 2011)
Conveners of Drafting Committee
Farah Naqvi, Convener, NAC Working GroupHarsh Mander, Member, NAC Working Group 
 
P
REVENTION OF
C
OMMUNAL AND
T
 ARGETED
V
IOLENCE
(A
CCESS TO
J
USTICE AND
R
EPARATIONS
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B
ILL
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2011
 ABILLTo respect, protect and fulfill the right to equality before law and equal protection of law by imposing duties on the Central Government and the State Governments, to exercise their  powers in an impartial and non-discriminatory manner to prevent and control targeted violence, including mass violence, against Scheduled Castes, Scheduled Tribes and religiousminorities in any State in the Union of India, and linguistic minorities in any State in theUnion of India; to thereby uphold secular democracy; to help secure fair and equal access to justice and protection to these vulnerable groups through effective provisions for investigation, prosecution and trial of offences under the Act; to provide for restorative relief and reparation, including rehabilitation and compensation to all persons affected by communal and targeted violence; and for matters connected herewith and incidental thereto.

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