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Consider the following about National Human Rights Commission.
1) The Commission functions autonomously of the government.
2) It is authority established by executive orders based on past conventions.
3) Its recommendations are legally binding on both the courts and the government.
4) A citizen does not need to pay some fees to approach the commission.
Select the Solution using the codes below.
1 and 2 only
2, 3 and 4 only
1 and 4 only
2 and 3 only
Statement 3: The NHRC cannot by itself punish the guilty. That is the responsibility of courts. The NHRC is there to make independent and credible inquiry into any case of violation of human rights. Thus, its recommendations are not binding on neither the courts not the government.
Statement 2: The commission has been established by law as autonomous of the government, and not by the constitution or an executive order.
Statement 4: Any citizen of India can write a letter to the NHRC to complain against the violation of human rights. There is no fee or any formal procedure to approach the NHRC. So, statement 4 is correct.
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