"With great responsibility, comes great power"
- Prabhloch Singh
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Member of Parliament - Chandigarh (India), judge of India's Got Talent and Bollywood Celebrity
“Prabhloch has exhibited high moral values and practiced responsible citizenship by playing a significant role in the field of human rights and community welfare”
HUMAN RIGHTS ACTIVIST
Prabhloch Singh, a young man wanting to serve mankind, dreaming of a world free of vice and greed, but lacking financial resources and connections. A prodigy who launched his first website even before he was 15, whatever he earned from his hobby of Deejaying and developing websites was spent on fulfilling his dreams. Without support from his family and relatives he toiled to achieve what he dreamt.
His efforts missed public attention and notice. Then came the news that Jessica’s’ Killers had been let off by the court. The news pained him. The courts verdict shook him and he decided that the verdicts lack of feeling and sense should be publicly highlighted and justice sought for the innocent soul shot just for a drink by a rich brat. The news that similar protest was being organized in Delhi provided the spark and motivation. The fact that the Judges observed after the candle light march in Delhi that few people participated and those were in all probability relatives of Jessica, and that not a single person participated from Chandigarh, the home town of the assassin, added to his conviction. He garnered his friends and with money contributed from his holiday jobs and hobby he got 300 T shirts printed and distributed them to his young friends and together they led a candle light protest under the aegis of Middle Finger Protests (Now known as Human Rights Protection Group & MFP Federation). What followed is history. The Killers of Jessica were not only punished but the killer’s family influence was exposed. In India’s Judicial History this was the fastest ever reversal of injustice. The movie No One Killed Jessica acknowledged the protest march by Prabhloch’s ‘Middle Finger Protests’ as the only independent group to support the cause of Jessica other than a small section of the media. The Times of India featured Prabhloch on the front page of it’s main edition for his courage and bravery. Prabhloch was just 20 at that time. He braved the threats received and invoked the almighty to provide him the courage, conviction and strength to do the right, be just and fight injustice.
Prabhloch was made a part of a human rights case study on Media Influence, Rule of Law, and Civic Action in India by the Florida State University through an Honors Theses submitted to and approved by the Defense Committee of the Department of International Affairs, USA. Prabhloch also represented India at the United Nations headquarters in New York during the 13th Annual Human Rights Summit - 2016.
Human Rights Protection Group & MFP Federation is now a community welfare organisation and a pressure group. It is registered with the Government of India as a Section 8 NGO and is validated by the Ministry of Social Justice & Empowerment, NITI Aayog, NASSCOM Foundation & OnGood.
It has fought and continues to fight for justice in cases where justice has been delayed and/or denied and has played a major role in Jessica Lal case, Aarushi murder case, Capt. Sumit Kohli case, Nirbhaya case and is pursuing the ongoing Sippy Sidhu case.
One of it's main community welfare projects is the #LeaveNoOneBehind Respectable Funeral Services for the poor where the NGO aims at ensuring that the poor are able to respectfully arrange for the last rites of their loved ones.
Prabhloch is also the President and Curator of the #LeaveNoOneBehind International Conclave on Human Rights, Community Welfare, Philanthropy & UN SDGs.
The first edition of the Conclave was held on November 4 and November 5, 2017 at Chandigarh India and was inaugurated by Hon'ble Member of Parliament from Chandigarh, Smt. Kirron Kher. The Conclave received registrations from over 100 countries. NITI Aayog's Advisor - SDGs, Shri Ashok Kumar Jain delivered the keynote address. Lt. Governor of Pondicherry, Smt. Kiran Bedi addressed the audience through video. The Conclave was endorsed by Shri Arvind Kejriwal - Hon'ble Chief Minister of Delhi and activist Gurmehar Kaur. Speakers included AAP MLA Jarnail Singh, Dr. Suneeta Mukherjee - former United Nations rep to Maldives, Sri Lanka and Bangladesh, Mrs. Sudha Sharma - former Chief Commissioner of Income Tax, S. RS Ghuman - former DIG, Chandigarh Police, among others.
The 2.0 edition of the #LeaveNoOneBehind International Conclave on Human Rights, Community Welfare, Philanthropy & UN SDGs was held on November 11 & 12, 2019 in Chandigarh, India. The Conclave was completely sold out and witnessed 25% more attendees than the capacity of the auditorium. Her Excellency, Hon'ble Governor of Puducherry, Dr. Kiran Bedi gave a one hour presentation on grievance redressal system aimed at community welfare. Other esteemed speakers included Smt. Kirron Kher - Hon'ble Member of Parliament from Chandigarh, S. Kanwar Sandhu - MLA from Punjab, Singer Rabbi Shergill, Dr. Balram Gupta - Director, Chandigarh Judicial Academy, Shri Satya Pal Jain - Additional Solicitor General of India, Dr. Suneeta Mukherjee - Former IAS and UN Rep to Sri Lanka, Maldives & Bangladesh, Mrs. Tanmeet Kaur Sahiwal - Assistant Professor, UILS, Panjab University, Mrs. Shruti Bedi - Associate Professor - UILS, Panjab University, Ms Mejindarpal Kaur of UNITED SIKHS, Shri Sahdev Salaria, among others.