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DNI'S Office Holders & Dignitaries Declaration 2020

 Dear Hon'ble Members, 

Let us rejoice with few names of the office holders of DNI that are being declared during Covid19 because the meetings are impossible due to unprecedented situation being arisen out of lockdown and hence the following persons are entrusted with roles and responsibilities of the organisation to carry out some functions as below:- 

Sh. V P Singh, Patron

Sh. Syed Shahid Hussain, Chief Adviser to CAB.

Sh. Amit Pamasi, National Convenor

Sh. Sudhir Hilsayan, Head of Media

Sh. Rakesh Bharati, Secretary General

Dr. N P Singh, Dy. Secretary General

Sh. Hemant Singh, CEC

Sh. Amit Anand & Mr. Bhopal Singh, Educational Development

Sh. Rajesh Choudhary, Education, Culture & Media Studies

Sh. Mohit Singh & Mr. Morale Sir, Economic Policies & Enterprises

Sh. R C Prasad , Sh. Keshav Kumar & Sh. G P Singh, Planning Committee

Sh. Rambriksh Ji, Mr. Manoj Kumar & Sh. Siyaram ji, Professional Courses.

Sh. Arvind Kumar, Legal Aid 

Dr. Raj Verma, Health Services

Women Cell to be headed by Eminent Lady.

Others Committee members to be selected by NGC as and when it is assembled.

 On & Behalf of DNI.




Kindly contact at Rakesh Kumar, Executive Secretary, DNI India, M-09648621107



Part IIIA Human Rights

Article 16.Human rights are the basic right of an individual to live with dignity and security of livelihood and therefore it becomes legal rights. It is the duty of a state to provide and ensure the fundamental rights of a person-citizen. FRs is inherent in human rights and therefore DNI shall strive to render human rights to the people of depressed classes. If human rights of an individual is threatened that means public order and social security is jeopardized and consequently national integrity is undermined.

Article 17. Any forms of discrimination arising out of caste, identity or social background of the depressed classes shall be legally and morally prohibited and such acts shall be a punishable offence. The untouchability and unseeability and its practices are legal offence. DNI shall strive to wipe out such social evils from society and provide to tender legal justice and social respect to victims. Besides, regional and linguistic disparities and discriminations shall be minimized with the efforts of DNI at ground level.

Article 18. Equality of Opportunity: Every section of depressed classes shall be treated equally in membership, committees, recruitment processes for employment in various programmes being run by DNI. Son of soil policy shall be adopted at local level of governance and for seeking and providing opportunities of livelihood for members or people of the depressed sections.

Article 19.(a) No discrimination shall be allowed on the ground of caste, religion, sex and place of origin at public places and also in the organizational structure of DNI.

Article 19 (b).DNI shall strive to make special provisions for safeguarding the interests of women, children, and old age persons.

Article 20 DNI shall strive to bring about land reforms across the country to establish an egalitarian society in order to provide livelihood security and social respect to all sections of the depressed people.

Article 21DNI shall strive in its endeavour to provide free and compulsory elementary education to the children aged upto 14 years for all vulnerable sections of society. It shall also try to make education a human right of the people in the country.

Article 22The DNI shall strive to provide hygienic and free atmosphere for the growth and prosperity of depressed classes 'people. DNI shall also provide livable houses and livelihood to the most vulnerable groups of people belonging to the depressed classes.

Article 23 (a)DNI shall strive to eradicate the root causes of prevailing social evils and stigmas attached with the depressed classes 'people and vulnerable status of women arising out Indian social system. DNI shall attempt to cooperate with govt. and legal institutions in eradication of social evils so that free, just and equitable society could be envisioned, enshrined and established.

Article 23 (b)Any sorts of exploitation of women and children arising out of their poor social and economic conditions due to the necessity of livelihood will be legally prohibited and a punishable offence. The victims shall be rehabilitated with livelihood security and social dignity.

Article 24The historical, social, cultural, linguistic and livelihood practices of the depressed classes' people shall be enriched, promoted and exposed with social dignity and economic benefits. DNI shall attempt in its effort to meet the stated objectives provided in this article.