Mysore, Nov 22 (UNI) Karnataka State Human Rights Commission (SHRC) Chairman S R Nayak today said tha Commission is contemplating about recommending to the State Government to introduce special law to deal with Public complaints.
Speaking to newsmen, he said that there was need for a special law to try the trails of the complaints and to solve immediately.
Presently the HRC has been facing some problems to take up the cases particularly social boycott in the state which has been increasing.
He said that the state government should give top priority to resolve the issues pertaining to various cases which came up before the Commission, The State government has sanctioned Rs 2 crores for the commission however, could not be utilised due to insufficient space. Besides shortage of staff which has been constrains to take up the works in speedy disposals.
He claimed that during last 18 month as many as 5000 cases were registered with the Commission of which nearly 2400 cases solved.
Out of unsolved 2600 cases 880 cases has been booked sumoto by the commission with majority of the cases of social boycotts harassments, police attracities and other cases like civic amenitis.
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