Dr. Mufti Mukarram Ahmed, a Professor in Jamia University and Shahi Imam of Fatehpuri Masjid and also the Chief Guest of The Human Rights Day Celebrations 2010 seen in the picture accepting a Bouquet from Ch. Jamshed Alam, President IHRPC on the occasion of the Celebrations of the The Human Rights Day 2010. In his brief speech Dr. Ahmed showed the picture of the violation of the Human Rights in various countries through his strong words and therefore stressed upon the need for the participation of every citizen in this mission of the Awareness of Human Rights. In the picture are also seen the other members of IHRPC welcoming the Shahi Imam.
Lack of the Awareness of the Human Rights in most cases results in the permanent state of poverty. This is what Ch. Jamshed Alam, President IHRPC believes. Ch. Jamshed Alam celebrated the The Human Rights Day 2010 by distributing blanket to the aged and needy persons. The Shahi Imam of Fatehpuri highly appreciated this gesture of Ch. Jamshed Alam, President IHRPC.
Mrs. Rekha Choudhry, Gen. Sec. IHRPC, UP Chapter also seen with the President in distributing the blankets. Mirza mushahid beg, Rekha Chaudhary, Ch. Iqbal Ahmed, Ajab Singh Nirwan, Shamim Ahmed, Haji Jameel Ahmed, Maharaj Sahil Baba Hathyogi Moulana Hamid Qasmi, Salman Khan, Yusuf Ali, Sudha Singh were also present on the occasion.
At the end of the Human Rights Day 2010 celebrations a meeting of the Office bearers of the IHRPC was called by the President, IHRPC to discuss and deliberate the burning issues related to The Human Rights and their violations. A plan of action was drawn to bring such violations to the notice of the Central & State Governments for their redressal. It was also decided during the meeting that the plans implemented should be reviewed at least once in a quarter. All those members present in the meeting expressed their concern with regard to the non serious attitude of the Government towards the Human Rights Violations.
A group of scholars from all religions were special invitee on this occasion. Each one of them described the importance of the Human Rights and their awareness in their own wisdom. They were little disturbed on the diminishing values of the Human Rights in today’s context.