INSEC Annual General Meeting Held
The Annual General Meeting of INSEC has been held on August 16 in Kathmandu. While speaking at the meeting, INSEC chairperson Subodh Raj Pyakurel said that there has been a drastic change in the nation especially after the promulgation of the constitution and the regulation of the organization must be adopted or amended accordingly. He further stressed on debate and advocacy in such situation.
INSEC founder chairperson Sushil Pyakurel stressed to play leadership role on protection and promotion of Human Rights.
The progress and financial report of the organization for the financial year of 2015/ 16 was presented in the meeting which was unanimously approved by the members .
INSEC’s 21st Annual General Meeting oraganised by INSEC at AlfaBita House, New Baneshwor, kathmandu, Nepal on 16th August 2017
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