NHRC operates training on human rights and solving dispute in local level
The National Human Rights Commission has operated three days training from March 1 with the objective of solving dispute among local level and human rights.
During the training program, NHRC member Govinda Sharma Paudel stressed that justice must be easily provided through local judicial committee.
He added that the local government must adopt Human Rights Justice system while guaranteeing human rights of citizens and their justice.
Chief judge Til Prasad Shrestha of High Court Janakpur Rajbiraj Bench said that providing justice itself is a part of Human Rights and local judicial committee must play a vital role to make it more effective.
The commission said that three days interaction and training will be operated with the objective of making the work of local judicial committee smooth and human rights friendly.
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