Investigation Committee Formed in Coordination of Former Judge
Nepal Government has formed an investigation committee in coordination with former judge Girish Chandralal Das to investigate agitation addressing the demand raised by the agitating federal coalition.
The meeting of cabinet ministers held on August 18 has formed seven member committee in chairmanship of former judge Das in order to collect the facts and estimate the destruction of private and public property during Terai Madhes agitation.
The information minister and government’s spokesman Surendra Kumar Karki gave information about the decision made by the government. The other member will be appointed by the Home Ministry in coordination with Prime minister.
The meeting has also decided to provide compensation of one million each to the victim’s families who lost their lives during agitation.
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