INSEC Provides Support To Victimized Children
INSEC Karnali Provincial Office, Surkhet, has provided financial assistance to victims of human rights violations on October 12 to go for the judicial process and medical treatment.
Ruwen Pariyar, 12, of Bheriganga Municipality-11 who was beaten by SI Purna Bahadur Rana, 45, of Ramghat Police Station was provided assistance of Rs 10,000.
Similarly, Sonu Thapa, 16, of Gurbhakot Municipality-2, who was insulted by her neighbours Om Kumari Gautam, 45, and Gaumaya Oli, 40, was also provided assistance of Rs 10,000.
According to the family, Ruwen’s mental balance has been affected by the police’s beating.
Human Rights Officer Som Chaudhary said that the assistance was provided to them on the basis of the recommendation made by INSEC Surkhet.
District-based activists, including INSEC, had also conducted on-site monitoring on September 7 regarding both the incidents.
Handing over cash to the victims of human rights violations, INSEC Karnali Provincial Coordinator Narayan Subedi said that the assistance was provided to help the victims of human rights violations go through legal process and get medical treatment.
Earlier, INSEC Surkhet has provided assistance to nine victims of domestic violence.
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