MHA forms committee to look into complaints of caste-based discrimination
10 nov 2020
The Internal Grievance Redressal Committee was assumed the suggestion of the National Commission for Scheduled Castes, which has asked all the focal services and divisions to investigate objections of SC workers.
The Union home service has comprised a five-part board to address objections of Scheduled Caste (SC) representatives relating to segregation in advancements or status, empty saved opening, end from administrations and refusal of pensionary benefits, and so forth, individuals acquainted with the improvement said.
The council, headed by joint secretary Saheli Ghosh Roy, will investigate a wide range of grumblings from the SC workers and present its report inside one month to Union home secretary Ajay Kumar Bhalla.
Individuals referred to above, who would not like to be named, said the choice to frame the Internal Grievance Redressal Committee was assumed the proposal of the National Commission for Scheduled Castes, which has asked all the focal services and divisions to investigate grumblings of SC representatives.
The NCSC has said a great many grievances are gotten by it consistently from SC workers in which they affirm separation in advancements, and so on