Demand to take action against giving threatening to the activist
The activists of the district have demanded to rake action against the Inspector Bhim lal Bhattarai of District Police Office of Dhading on charge of threatening Shyam Magarati,30, chairperson of Dalit Service Federation on December 26. The activists while releasing a press statement of December 26 have demanded to take action against the inspector.
Magarati complained that he was threatened by the inspector by calling him from time to time on charge of advocating for victim of caste discrimination.
The press release stated that it is the responsibility of the state to protect the human rights of the people and added that threatening to the human rights defender by the state authority is a sensitive issue.
The active organizations in the district including INSEC, Dalit Freedom Morcha, Dalit Service Federation, Nepal Dalit Federation , Nepal Dalit Welfare society, Dhading Tailor labor federation had jointly released a press statement against the incident.
Sita Ram Adhikari
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