The National Human Rights Commission is not composed of which of the following?
Correct Answer : d ) Chairman of NITI AayogExplanation :
The National Human Rights Commission is not a constitutional body. It is a statutory body as it was formed in 1993 under the Protection of Human Rights Act, 1993.
The composition of the National Human Rights Commission includes a chairman, four members and four ex-officio members.
- A retired chief justice of India as Chairman
- A member should be serving or retired judges of the Supreme Court
- A serving or retired chief justice of a high court
- Two persons having knowledge or practical experience with respect to human rights
The four ex-officio members include the chairman of the National Commission for SCs, the National Commission for Minorities, the National Commission for STs and the National Commission for Women.
Hence, option D is correct.
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