I'm doing social service, Legal counselling, Detective service. And Iam cheif director of HRO International organisation. Tamil Nadu is one of the very few States which has constituted a Commission for the Human Rights.It would not be out of place to mention that India was a party to the International covenant on civil and political rights and the international covenant to Economic, Social and Cultural rights, both of which were adopted by the United Nations General Assembly on 16th December 1966 and the rights embodied in those covenants stood substantially protected by the Constitution of India. Having regard to this, and to the changing social realities and emerging trends in t nature of crime and violence, it had been considered essential to review the existing laws a procedure and the system of administration with a view to bringing about greater efficiency and transparency, the Government of India constituted National Human Rights Commission 12th October 1993 and for the same reasons and objects and with a view to provide easy a close access to the needy victims of violation, the State Human Rights Commission was constituted in the state of Tamil Nadu on 17.4.1997. At the time of constitution, Tamil Nadu was the fifth State to form this Commission, the others being the States of West Bengal, Madhya Pradesh, Assam and Himachal Pradesh. Two other States Punjab and Jammu and Kashmir have since constituted the State Commission.