Mumbai: Global President of the World Constitutional Parliament Association’s Professor Dr Glenn T. Martin, conferred the World Constitutional Parliamentarian International Award to Dr Dibyajyoti Saikia, national-level human rights and social activist from Assam.
Speaking at a brief function at Shrirampur near Shirdi of Maharashtra Martin said the award had been presented to Dr Saikia for his outstanding service to human society over the last 24 years for human rights, humanity and peace work. Under the award, he was given momento , commemorative certificate and books.
After receiving the international award, Dr Dibyajyoti Saikia said that the United Nations had recognized the languages of various small-world countries. Still, Hindi has yet to be identified, although Hindi is spoken by many people worldwide.
He said that freedom of expression is being violated in other countries of the world as well as in India.
He further said that nuclear missiles, bombs, war etc. are not suitable for the modern civilized world. For the last 24 years, apart from the remarkable work done during the Covid period with various services to humanity, he has also filed a case in the National Human Rights Commission regarding fake police encounters in Assam and multiple provinces. Due to the cognizance of his claim, such a case has stayed. It is noteworthy that Dr Dibyajyoti Saikia has already received more than 120 national and international awards.
He runs awareness campaigns against superstition, witchcraft & witch hunting and drugs nationally and in Assam. He is treating many victims and helping many families in various ways. Activist Dr Dibyajyoti Saikia greeted Dr Glenn T. Martin, Mrs Phyllis Turk and other US citizens by presenting them with gaamocha, flowers, tea and rhino mementoes.