Respect of human dignity enshrined in Indian culture: CM Shri Chouhan

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Workshop on human rights and good governance

Bhopal : Chief Minister Shri Shivraj Singh Chouhan has said that respect of human dignity is enshrined in Indian culture. People must get their rights with human dignity. It is vital for democracy. The Chief Minister was addressing a workshop on the occasion of International Human Rights Day at Academy of Administration here today. Revenue Minister Shri Rampal Singh and DPG Shri Surendra Sinh were specially present on the occasion.

The Chief Minister said that Indian traditions seek world welfare. Indian culture has considered entire world as one family. While enjoying rights, a person must also be sensitive. One should feel misery of others. Good governance has important role in ensuring human rights. The state government has provided human rights to people through schemes initiatives like Public Services Delivery Guarantee Act, public hearing and Samadhan Online. He said that in democracy, government is for the people. Common people must be provided their rights with human dignity.

State Human Rights Commission’s Chairman Dr. V.M. Kanwar threw light on the objectives of the workshop. He informed that district level officers of Revenue, Police and Health departments were invited to the workshop. He said that good government is vital for all-round development. Human rights will be ensured when officers and employees discharge their duties earnestly. Welcome address was delivered by Human Rights Commission’s Secretary Shri Vinod Kumar. Member of the Commission and Additional DGP Smt. Sushma Singh proposed a vote of thanks.