Complaints

Last Updated On: 28/03/2014

One of the Core Mandates of the Commission is to inquire into complaints of violations of child rights. The commission is also required to take suo moto cognisance of serious cases of violation of child rights and to examine factors that inhibit the enjoyment of rights of children.

  1. Complaints may be made to the Commission in any language of the 8th Schedule of the Constitution
  2. No fee shall be chargeable on such complaints
  3. The complaint shall disclose a complete picture of the matter leading to the complaint
  4. The Commission may seek further information/ affidavits as may be considered necessary

While making a complaint, please ensure that the complaint is:

  1. Clear and legible and not vague, anonymous or pseudonymous
  2. Genuine, not trivial or frivolous
  3. Not related to civil disputes such as property rights, contractual obligations and the like
  4. Not related to service matters
  5. Not pending before any other commission duly constituted under law or sub-judice before a court/ tribunal
  6. Not already decided by the Commission
  7. Not outside the purview of the Commission on any other grounds

Complaints may be addressed to: 

Chairperson
National Commission for Protection of Child Rights,
5th Floor, Chanderlok Building, 36, Janpath,
New Delhi - 110 001
 

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