New Delhi, May 25 (UNI) Limca Book of Records holder and the youngest human rights activist of the country, Natasha Jain today met Home Minister Shivraj Patil , who appreciated her excellant work.
Natasha, at a tender age of 13, started educating Police personnel and Paramilitary forces about Human Rights and this could be the first instance that a human rights activist had got a space in the Limca book of Records.
Mr Patil appreciated her for undertaking excellent work on human rights at a tender age, which had earned her a world level distinction. Mr Patil said India has always been a Human Rights' protector and mentioned some quotes from 'Shrimad Bhagwat Geeta' in support of his contention.
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