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Pandya HD. Human Rights: Issues for Indo-Gulf Region. 2010.
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Human Rights: Issues for Indo-Gulf Region
Indian constitutions grants fundamental rights to the its citizens which encompasses ever increasing demand of human rights including the rights of underprivileged, prisoners of war, minority community members and women. The world has seen rise of terrorism post 1991 till the present attack on the Indian cities. Even though, the countries in South Asia faces critical crisis of terror. There is uncontrolled security apparatus hindering the free movement of men and women into the public areas. The security concerns and threat perceptions of the countries forces them to adopt the measures adverse to the rights of the humans in the Indo-Gulf Regions. The Gulf regions face the cause and effect of terrorism, yet the laws are made to accept the human rights norms existing in the world. The region cannot ignore the rights of the citizens in framing the legislation as well stringent enough to act as deterrent to terror networks. The paper discusses issues concerning the region in the light of violations of Human Rights, specially in the region as reported by various agencies. The authors are in no case responsible for the independent investigation of violation in all the cases.