Jammu & Kashmir Human Rights Commission
The Jammu & Kashmir Human Rights Commission is an autonomous state body with quasi-judicial powers tasked to investigate any violation of human rights in the northern state of Jammu & Kashmir in India. The body was constituted in January 1997 by the National Conference government under the Protection of Human Rights Act. The commission consists of a chairman and four other members.
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