Court cases by human rights lawyers in Chandigarh primarily relates with legal issues relating to violation of article 21 of Constitution of India, injury to life and property by police, army, public agents and violation of human rights by state and its instrumentality as defined in article 12 of the constitution of India. Human rights have become integral part of public law, family family law and freedoms under Article 14 (equality before law), Article 17 (abolition of untouchability), Article 20 (protection in respect of conviction for offenses), Article 21 (protection of life and personal liberty), 22 (protection against arrest and detention in certain cases), Article 23 (prohibition of traffic in human beings and forced labor), Article 24 (prohibition of employment of children in factories), etc. Court cases in human rights are involve actions against the police and handled human rights legalities under employment and business law.
Not only as lawyers, but as human beings also, we are dedicated to protection of human rights, right to life, curb discrimination, protecting the legal and human rights and freedoms of our clients. Every person has right to live with basic human dignity and fight a legal battle in case human rights have been violated. It is often assumed that the a few articles or statutory rights govern all human rights challenges but there are legal and equity based issues that fall under “human rights” domain in the broader sense. Fundamentally, under human rights litigation, one challenges discrimination and defend the rights and freedoms of ordinary people/ citizens of India and organizations. On an international level this means safeguarding those human rights and freedoms throughout the world when they are under threat.
Courts need to strictly enforce of Part -III of the Constitution of India, which guarantees a number of fundamental rights and freedoms and allows enforcement of those rights against public bodies/ state instrumentalities. All public authorities such as police and allied services, public hospitals, courts of law, local governments and municipalities/ panchayats, and publicly funded schools, as well as other state departments carrying out public functions, have to comply with the Constitution of India. This includes statutory and other authorities under Article 12 of Part III of Constitution of India. Cases can be brought under the Constitution of India itself (like article 226 and 32), or as a suits against public authorities.
Human rights lawyers in Chandigarh must not be afraid of pushing the boundaries of human rights law to help you achieve justice. Human rights advocates in Chandigarh believe that what has happened to you can happen with any one of us. The human rights cases in India, Punjab and Chandigarh include cases like, child rights, criminal rights, dalit rights, disability rights, disability rights, food rights, food security , forced disappearances, hiv/ aids and related issues, housing rights, hunger death, labour rights, love marriages, , malnutrition, malnutrition, police brutalities, refugee rights, right to food, run-away marriages, runaway couples, runaway marriages, secularism and peace , social activism, starvation death, summary execution, torture, trafficking, women justice, mercy petition, sexual harassment and CBI cases.