Redefine human rights in Indian context, says Amit Shah, wants electricity, food to be added
- Amit Shah said it's the time to redefine human rights violations with the Indian perspective and should include poverty, violence in our society
- 40,000 people have been killed since 1990 in Kashmir. Is not that an attack on human rights? Do the victims of terrorism have no rights, Shah said
New Delhi: Human rights violations should not be limited to just custodial deaths and police atrocities, but must also include denial of basic facilities, like toilets, electricity and food, said Union Home Minister Amit Shah, in New Delhi on Saturday.
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