Conflict Victim GangaMaya Stands on her decision to intensify hunger strike
Conflict victim Ganga Maya Adhikari of Gorkha Phujel ,who is already in hunger strike demanding for the action against the murderer of her son, has announced that she will intensify her hunger strike from June 7 by not even drinking a drop of water.
She repeated her stand while speaking at the program in front of Bir Hospital gate to commemorate 13th Memorial Day of her son Krishna Prasad Adhikari. Prior to this, she said that she will intensify her strike from the memorial day of her son.
She complained that she could not get any justice despite of the strike for so long.Speaking at the program, INSEC chairperson Subodh Raj Pyakurel said that government has failed to provide justice to the conflict victim.
17 years old Krishna Prasad was abducted from Bakulahar Chok at Ratnanagar Municipality-1 and was shot dead after a torture by former Maoist cadres on 6th June 2004. He was on the way to meet his grandparents at Ratnanagar Municipality-13, Jayamangala in a holiday.
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