Our Objective

 

- The objective of this trust is to identify and provide support to any victim(s) of injustice, human right abuse and individual/mass targeting by another individual/group or the State to seek justice and aid in one's rehabilitation.

 

- To study the impact of the constant cycles of violence and abuse of human rights suffered by any citizen of India; regardless of caste, creed, colour & gender. Our mission is to provide the victims with variety of aid and support systems with special attention to Women and Children.

 

- To provide a narrative to the victims of 1984 and post 1984 Anti-Sikh Pogroms.

 

- Addressing the issue of Human Rights violations by making a collective pitch for Court Justice and restoration of Human Rights by setting up a dedicated government body to monitor them.

 

- Rehabilitation of the victims with the focus on Physical rehabilitation and Counseling.

 

- Advocacy - Pending cases and Compensation. Urging the government to grant "Victims of Kashmiri Pandit Exodus" the status of Internally Displaced Persons (IDPs), under the United Nations IDP Act of 1994 which would provide them international humanitarian aid.

 

- Woman employment with the focus on providing women of Widow Colony and other areas with employment and business opportunities ranging from small-scale to entrepreneurship.

 

- To build public opinion on the need for justice as an essential step towards reconciliation and peace.

 

- To check threats to Indian democracy and the Rule of Law, whether by governments or political parties or by other organizations, groups or individuals.

 

- To make legal interventions in the Courts of Law through Public Interest Petitions, to prosecute all those guilty of killing or maiming innocent citizens and to assist others petitioning before the Courts for the redressal of grievances.

 

- To set up or assist in setting up any lawyer/team of lawyers to effectively intervene in government appointed commissions of inquiry, probing the causes of communal conflict or to identify the role of different agencies in prevention or promotion of violence.

 

- To promote rationalism and tolerance; religious and social reform, including in particular reforms to improve the conditions of women and disadvantaged groups.

 

- Preserving and promoting the Cultural fabric, linguistics, ethnicity, deeply entrenched traditions & moorings and the rich philosophical findings of Indian Culture and Different Religions.