WHO WE ARE
Human Rights Protection Mission is an organization registered under the Society Act vide Reg No .302/2012 Act1860 (Societies and Companies Registration Act 21,govt.oF India) and is actively involved actively in working and fighting for the Welfare and Developement of the Citizens of India. Our aim is to make the communities of the present scenario, aware about their right and enjoy the same. We do work with the people for their welfare. Our slogan is, " For the People, With the People, By the People". We work for the people and we do believe in motivating the people to know their rights and get the works done by themselves for their own development. We do assist them in the entire possible manner. Our ultimate aim is the welfare of the communities.

                                                   

Structure of the Human Rights Protection Mission.                  

The Human Rights Protection Mission consists of various committees from Ward level of the Panchayat/Muncipality/Township/Corporation/other Local Self Government Organisations to theNational level with 13 official members in all its Committees.  
National Committee 

National committee consists of Chairman, Vice Chairman, Secretary General, two Joint Secretaries, Treasurer, three National Coordinators and four Executive members. All the State Presidents and Secretaries are Ex-officio members of the National Committee. .

State Committee

Each State Committee consists of President, General Secretary, Treasurer, two Vice  Presidents, two Joint secretaries, three Coordinators and three Executive members. All      Regional Presidents and Secretaries and all the District Presidents and Secretaries are Ex- officio members of the State Committee.  

Regional Committee
States are divided into regions consisting of three to five districts and each Regional Committee consists of President, Secretary, Treasurer, Vice President, two Joint Secretaries, one Coordinator and six Executive members. The District Presidents and Secretaries coming under each Region are Ex-officio members of that Regional Committee.
District Committee

Each District Committee consists of President, Secretary, Treasurer, Vice President, two Joint Secretaries, one Coordinator and six Executive members. All Taluk Committee Presidents and Secretaries in the district are Ex-officio members of the concerned District Committee.

Taluk Committee

Each Taluk Committee consists of President, Secretary, Treasurer, Vice President, two Joint Secretaries, one Coordinator and six Executive members. Presidents and Secretaries  of all the Corporation/Muncipality/Panchayat/LSGOs committees in the concerned Taluk are Ex-officio members of the Taluk Committee.  

Corporation/Muncipality/Township/Grama Panchayat/LSGOs/Committee.

Each Corporation/ Muncipality/ Grama Panchayat Committee consists of President, Secretary, Treasurer, Vice President, two Joint Secretaries, one Coordinator and six Executive members. Presidents and Secretaries of all the wars committees coming under the concerned Corporation/Muncipality/Township/Grama Panchayat/LSGOs are Ex-officio members of the Corporation/ Muncipality/Grama Panchayat Committee.                            

Ward Committee coming under Corporation/Muncipality/Grama Panchayat/LSGOs.

Each Ward Committee consists of President, Secretary, Treasurer, Vice President, two joint Secretaries, one Coordinator and six Executive members. All the superior Committees from   LSGO/Grama Panchayat/Muncipality/Corporation level to the National level shall control the functioning of their concerned subordinate  committees from ward level onwards. Any irregularity or maladministration noticed on the part of any member/committee will be reported to the concerned superior committee then and there and the superior committee shall enquire about such issues and take appropriate further action in           consultation with the State Cabinet. Follow up action in any issues related to human Rights coming to the notice of the committees from ward level to  district level should be studied, verified and brought to the notice of the concerned district committee and the district committee will take follow up action on the matter. No subordinate committee other than the District committee will take follow up action on such issues so as to avoid malpractices. It is the responsibility of all the District Committees to ensure it. A record of action taken shall be maintained by all Committees and all the committees shall keep a record of the issues taken up by them

 
Other Units under the Organization   
Vanitha Cell
There will be separate Vanitha Cells under all the committees from National level to the Ward level  and all these cells are under the control of the concerned committees. This Cell  is intended for the movements and welfare of women and also for women  empowerment and to make awareness among women and girls about their rights, about the relevant provisions of the Dowry prohibition Act, Protection of Women from Domestic Violence   Act, Child Marriage Act, Provisions of the Indian Penal Code such as Sec. 354, 509, 498(A), 304 (B), 306, 376, 125, Succession Act, Functioning of the Family Court, Women’s Commission, Women Cells of the Police Department etc. This Cell consists of 13 lifetime members. Each Vanitha Cell consists of President, Vice President, Secretary, two Joint Secretaries, Treasurer, Coordinator and six Executive Committee Members.  Any woman who is  willing to join this Cell can submit application along with the required member ship fees and three colour photographs to the President of the concerned Committee and the Cabinet/ Executive Body concerned will take decision on such application. President and Secretary of the Cell are ex-officio members of the concerned Committee without voting powers. Any number of wiling women can be included in this Cell but only the 13 life time members are having voting powers.                                                                                      
Legal Cell
There will be Legal Cells attached to all the District Committees. It is to provide   appropriate assistance in connection with legal matters to the deserving and to make awareness among citizens about the functioning of various offices of the Indian Judiciary such as Courts, the Legal Services Authority, Taluk Legal Services Committees, National and State Human Right Commissions, State Lok Ayukta etc. The Legal Cell is under the control of the District Executive Body .
Education Cell
Education Cell will function for the educational welfare of the society. Candidates who face tough time difficult situations in connection to their educational areas can approach our Education Cell.
Medical Cell
There will be a Medical Cell attached to all the District Committees to work in the area of health related issues and also to provide emergency service to all  communities, irrespective of  any barriers of caste, colour, creed, or any other boundaries. To interfere, in case, medical facilities   are denied to the public especially to the members of the backward classes by the authorities and to initiate  appropriate legal help in such issues. This cell will be under the control of the District Executive Body.
Media Cell
There will be a Medical Cell attached to all the District Committees to work in the area of health related issues and also to provide emergency service to all  communities, irrespective of  any barriers of caste, colour, creed, or any other boundaries. To interfere, in case, medical facilities   are denied to the public especially to the members of the  backward classes by the authorities and to initiate  appropriate legal help in such issues. This cell will be under the control of the District Executive Body.
Campus Cell
It is to work among the youths in the campus and to provide appropriate assistance thereof. Also to provide awareness classes about the impacts of drugs, alcohol, tobacco etc, about maintenance of proper health conditions and prevention of various diseases. To make them aware about the important Laws in force and making good family set up and relations in the society. Also to make aware the youths about Dowry Prohibition Act, Protection of Women  from Domestic Violence Act,  Adultery Cruelty towards women, Indecent Representation of Women and Children’s Act, Narcotic and Psychotropic .substances Act, Motor Vehicles Act  Juvenile Justice Act etc. This Cell is under the control of the concerned District Executive Body.
Pravasi Cell
It is indented to   work for the welfare of the citizens of India who are abroad in connection with their job and any other livelihood reasons. To give necessary assistance including legal assistance to them in case of any problem that arises to them either abroad or in their native place and to provide necessary legal assistance to them in case of necessity. To provide assistance in the event of any problem arises at all the International Airports. Also to give assistance if necessary in liaison with the External Affairs Department and  the Indian Consulates of the concerned Nations. Pravasi Cell is under the direct control of the Concerned State Cabinets.
Special Investigation Cell
A Special Investigation Cell will be attached to all the District Committees to work/fight against any wrong or improper actions, very specifically in the area of criminal and illegal activities. To conduct private investigation for ascertaining the actual facts in issues relating to violation of Human Rights and to  assist the Police  Department and the Human Right Commission to find out   the correctness and veracity of such issues. This cell is under the control of the concerned District Executive Body
RTI Cell
RTI Cell is intended to make awareness about the provisions of the Right to  Information Act 2005 and to assist the deserving citizen to get the required   information from public authorities.
Aims and objectives of the HRPM are the following
1) To work for the protection of the Human Rights in all respects especially to protect the society against       any violation towards Human Rights.
2) Taking appropriate and necessary steps against any violation of Human Rights, which arises within the       jurisdiction of the society.
3) To work for the protection of ecology and guard against the pollution of ecology in association with the      State Pollution Control Board, requesting them to take appropriate action against the guilty of the cases.
4) To work for the liberty and equality among the economically weaker section of the community irrespective       of any religion, caste, and any other boundaries.
5) To conduct seminars, Awareness Campaigns, Lectures and classes etc based on the Prime focus and       vision of the society.
6) Fighting against poverty and supporting the marginally needy sections of the community by rendering the      service in cash or kind as per the requirement.
7) Uplifting of the poor in order to improve their livelihood and helping them with all possible help in the      area     of farming and cultivation in association with the Agriculture department, local bodies and other       voluntary    organizations.
8) Relief and rehabilitation during natural calamities and catastrophe.
9) Providing adequate help to the volunteers and voluntary organisation who are engaged in relief and          rehabilitation activities.
10) Working for the development of the youth and women empowerment.
11) To provide employment opportunities for educated unemployed and uplift their abilities. Starting/opening        Youth Centers, Providing them technical training/ . qualifications like mechanical, technical, electronic,        electric, computer programs, maintenance and mobile repairing and maintenance programs to the        educated and appropriate youth.
12) Specially focusing on Educational Development, Health Awareness, Health Camps and Seminars, traffic        rules, awareness against alcohol, various addiction, illness and various other awareness programs.
13) To arrange career orientation and personality.
14) Providing and conducting Educational Programs and workshops for both male and female and also        Educational Programs to the old aged.
15) To conduct computer classes and welfare programs for students.
16) Professional and Technical qualifications for the appropriate and needy.
17) To work for the welfare of women, youth and physically and mentally disabled persons.
18) Starting various small scale fund raising schemes for the welfare of women, disabled and handicapped,        poor and downtrodden people, specifically the ones who . are below the Poverty Level.
19) To aware the society about the importance of life, health, wealth and time etc..
20) To conduct short term training programs to improve the required skills of youth for various tasks and        Income Generating units/schemes for poor and needy.
21) Conducting seminars and camps in different aspect for the society in order to build a mentally, socially,        materially, financially, physically and spiritually healthy society.
22) To sensitize the weaker section of the society for their valuable future.
23) To conduct special training programs for the upliftment of educationally and socially backward students.
24) To conduct community intervention programs to identify mentally challenged children and children with         other disorders through net working with other NGOs and special schools to bring them to the main         stream of the society.
25) To give awareness to the people about the importance of planting trees, vegetable garden, agricultural       activities and to organize training programs with the help of Department of Agriculture.
26) To work for the upliftment of Scheduled Caste, Scheduled Tribe and Other Backward Community.
27) Conducting surveys for the development of widows and orphans.
28) Rehabilitation of widows.
29) Relief and Rehabilitation programs from Catastrophe/ Natural Calamities.
30) To work for the welfare of the senior citizens.
31) To work for the welfare of the youth.
32) To conduct various HIV/AIDS awareness programs.
33) Conducting Conference, Seminars, Awareness Programs, and Character/Morality Programs.
34) To implement the above mentioned programs through out the Country.
 


PRAKASH CHENNITHALA
(National President and Founder, HRPM)

 
ADVISORY BOARD
1.  Sri. P.D.T.Achary Former  Secretary General, Loksabha
2.  Sri. R.Ramachandran Nair IAS  Former Chief Secretary
3. Sri.A.R.Infant.IPS Former DGP, Karnataka
4. Sri.K.L Mohanavarma Novelist, short story writer
5. Sri.M.N Krishnamurthy, IPS. Retired DGP
6. Mr.Lambodaran Vayalar
Retired Judge
7. Mr.Major Ravi
Film Director
8. Adv.K.Ramkumar
High Court of kerala
9. Mr.Hassan Tikkodi
Novelist
NATIONAL COMMITTEE
1. Mr. Prakash Chennithala President
2. Dr. Vimal M General Secratary
3. Mr.M.V.G Nair Treasurer
4. Mr. Pradeep Kumar. S Vice President
5. Mr.K.Kailasnath
(Rtd. SP)
Registar
6. Mr.K.V Satheesan Rtd SP (Joint Secretary)
7. Mr.Rajeev Rajadhani
M.A,B.ED,LLM
Advocate,High Court Of Kerala
Email:rajiv.laguna@gmail.com
chairman legal cell
8. Mr.Sarangadaran (Ret:DYSP) Executive Member
9. Mr.Ameer Chappa Executive Member
STATE COMMITTEE
1. Mr.Mohan Issac President
2. Mrs.Radhamaniamma Secretary
3. Mr.P E.Shaji Treasurer
4. Mr.Rathna Kumar Morayi Vice President
5. Adv. K Sheela
Bsc.LLM
Secretary ,State Legal cell
6. Mr.Vishvamohan Neeravil
(Rtd.SP)
Vice President
7. Dr.P.R Raju Vice President
8. Mr.Vincent K Antony Public Relation Officer
9. Mr.Sooraj Dev Youth Wing State Convenor
State Executive Member
10. Mrs.Sunandha S Moorthy Joint Secretary
11. Mr. P. Damodaran Nambiar Joint Secretary
12. Mr Karikunnam Ramachandran Nair Joint Secretary
13. Mrs.Raji Pramod State Executive Member
Office Administration
gowripramod.2010@gmail.com
+91-9061576112
14. Mrs.P. Howlath Beebi State Executive
Patron (Rtd.Sheristdar)
15. Mrs.S Krishna Kumari State Executive
16. Mrs.Latha Anoop State Executive
Medical Cell Director
17. Mr.C.Haridasan Executive Member
18. Mr.Rajesh Narayanan Executive Member & Media Director
 
OTHER STATE COMMITTEES
SL: NO NAME DESIGNATION  
1. Dr. A Madhavan (Delhi State President)
2. Mr. Praveen Singh Chauhan Public Relation Officer (Delhi NCR)
3. Mr. Nizar Ahamed
IPS (Rtd.IG)
Karnataka State President
4. Mr. Chembagaramam
IPS (Rtd.IG)
Tamilnadu State President
 
Education Cell
SL: NO NAME DESIGNATION  
 
DISTRICT COMMITTEES

SL: NO NAME DESIGNATION  
KASARGOD DISTRICT COMMITEE
2. Mr.Gopinathan Secretary
KANNUR DISTRICT COMMITEE
1. Mr.Salu Nambiar President
2. Mr.Krishna Prasad Secretary
KOZHIKODE DISTRICT COMMITEE
1. Mr. Vishnu K President
2. Mr. Sudhakaran M Secretary
WAYANAD DISTRICT COMMITEE
MALAPPURAM DISTRICT COMMITEE
1 Adv. Sankaranarayanan
(Rtd.DYSP)
Pesident
PALAKKAD DISTRICT COMMITEE
THRISSUR DISTRICT COMMITEE
IDUKKI DISTRICT COMMITEE
KOTTAYAM DISTRICT COMMITEE
1 Mr.Adv.Rajeev President
ALAPUZHA DISTRICT COMMITEE
PATHANAMTHITTA DISTRICT COMMITEE
1 M A Kabeer President
2 N S Rajendra Babu Secretary
ERNAKULAM DISTRICT COMMITEE
KOLLAM DISTRICT COMMITEE
THIRUVANANTHAPURAM DISTRICT COMMITEE
THIRUVANANTHAPURAM YOUTH DISTRICT COMMITEE
 
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