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Welcome to National Human Rights Organization

National Human Rights organization is a National Trust, Registered by Government of India with registration number 2017-18/4/943 under trust registration Act. National Human Rights organization is an organization works under The Constitution of India and Trust Registration Act.

Human rights are those rights that are fundamental for the human life. Human rights are rights to certain claims and freedoms for all human beings all over the world. These rights, besides being fundamental and universal in character, assumed international dimension.

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It is the duty of every nation to create such laws and conditions that protect the basic Human rights of its citizens. India being a democratic country provides such rights to its citizens and allows them certain rights including the freedom of expression.

New Initiatives Schemes

For creating a universal social security system for all Indians, especially the poor and the under-privileged the Hon’ble Prime Minister launched three Social Security Schemes in the Insurance and Pension sectors on 9th of May, 2015.

Hon’ble Prime Minister announced Pradhan Mantri Jan Dhan Yojana as the National Mission on Financial Inclusion in his Independence Day address on 15th August 2014, to ensure comprehensive financial inclusion of all the households in the country by providing universal access to banking facilities with at least one basic bank account  Read more


The PMJJBY is available to people in the age group of 18 to 50 years having a bank account who give their consent to join / enable auto-debit. Aadhar is the primary KYC for the bank account.  Read more

The Basic Human Right Includes

Human rights and their implementation, practice and protection are a benchmark of a truly developed, civilized and democratic society. In a democracy people enjoy the maximum number of human rights. But rights and duties go together.

  • Right to life, liberty and security of person,
  • Right to freedom of speech
  • Right to judicial remedy
  • Right to freedom to movement
  • Right to take part in the governance of one’s country
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