Human Rights Award to SSP Kunwar Vijay Pratap Singh

Amritsar, December 11, 2008
All India Human Rights Association(AIHRA) conferred International Human Rights Award to Kunwar Vijay Pratap Singh Singh, Senior Superintendent of Police, Amritsar on the occasion of International Human Rights Day(December 10, 2008). The officer was bestowed with this award for streamlining Community Oriented Policing in Amritsar and protecting human values and dignity of the commoners in a very conscientious manner.

He received this award from Ms. Shalini Dewan, Director, United Nations Information Centre, New Delhi and Mr. MU Dua, National President of AIHRA at International Human Rights Summit organised at Amritsar to mark the 60th anniversary of Universal Declaration of Human Rights by the United Nations. Mr. HS Tanwar, General Secretary and Ms. Manyata Dutt were present at this occasion. More than 1000 human rights activists participated in this summit from different parts of Indian States and neighbouring countries.

This two days summit was a grand success from human rights perspective where presentations were made by various speakers on ten human rights issues. The valedictory session was presided over by Ms. Shalini Dewan, Director, United Nations Information Centre, New Delhi.


Anonymous said...

Hello Sir,
You are doing wonderful job for people of Amritsar city.
Now it is proved from ur blog that Police has become hitech.
U r the ideal of the youth because u have done that was never done before.

Anonymous said...

Sir you got the award and it is right because you really deserve it.

Amit Prakash Singh said...

Dear Kunwarji,

Congratulations!!! You are our hero...

We haven't met each other but through a common contact have heard about you and Wish you good luck...

Happy new year!!!