Author: Brajakanta singh, Nameirakpam; Ph.D. Scholar, Department of Law, Manipur University
The issue of human rights violations in the North East states of India has been problems for all the organs of state. The Judiciary in the country has faced stupendous tasks to deliver justice to the victims of human rights violation by the agencies of the state. Sometime higher judiciary has to come to a conclusion which frustrated justice. The present article examines a judgment in which high courts abdicating their responsibility to protect human rights of hapless victims and prosecution of human rights violators. The judgment under study was delivered in the Naga People for Human Rights & another versus Union of India & others which seen two different High Courts of several benches. It is argued that sometimes our judges missed to deliver justice to the victims of human rights violation when it was committed by state actors.