A critical appraisal of implementation of law relating to human rights with special reference to enforcement system in India
The concept of human rights is absolutely worthless or meaningless without its enforcement system or implementation in pursuance, furtherance, compliance and respect of Rule of Law in “sovereign, socialist, secular, democratic & republic India” , subjecting to equity, justice, good faith, good conscience and morality. In spite of existence of enforcement system, human rights are not being implemented in accordance with time, requirements, necessities and circumstances as required. Now a days it is found very commonly that people or masses are being deprived from their life & personal liberty openly and broad day light. The human right of life, personal liberty& security is in aforesaid condition which is parents of all human rights hence now nothing can be said about other human rights or guaranteed fundamental rights. The same is the consequences or effects of the enforcement system or implementation of human rights. The condition & implementation of human rights are the worst and extremely miserable but it also cannot be denied that the human rights are having its own specific place, importance and significance in India. All the human rights & its law are implemented by medium of its enforcement system under Rule of law, subjecting to all justified exceptions and in the light of principle of natural justice but in present scenario, the enforcement system is not being or being able to function, process, enforce or implement or do the needful which is as required as per necessities, legitimate expectations or requirements according to time & circumstances for the protection, betterment, preservation, development, promotion, respect, accessibility of people or masses upto Enforcement System and other things connected also of human rights & its law hence keeping in aforesaid special views this research paper has been emphasized or focused on the implementation of Law Relating to Human Rights with Special Reference to Enforcement System in India, appraising critically which is useful & helpful for research scholars, students, Professors, teachers, institutions or organizations or establishments, commissions, governments, NGOs, trusts, Colleges, Universities, person individually or group, society and other required persons pertaining to conduct research & do the needful in accordance with requirements, time & circumstances.
Ramesh Kumar. A critical appraisal of implementation of law relating to human rights with special reference to enforcement system in India. International Journal of Law, Volume 3, Issue 4, 2017, Pages 90-94