Province government committed on making human rights friendly law: Chief Minister Gurung
Chief minister Prithvi Subba Gurung of Gandaki province has said that the provincial government is committed on making human rights friendly law.
He expressed his views while speaking at the program in Pokhara on August 16 on the role of province on making human rights friendly law. “We are serious on making human rights friendly law respecting the international treaties and agreement”, he said. He added that this program has made them more aware on making such laws.
Speaking at the program internal affair and law minister Hari Bahadur Chuman of the province said that the province has made 16 laws and in this process the stakeholders and expert recommendations will be given priority. He added that the laws are in a process of implementation.
In the program, advocate Tikadwoj Khadka had presented the work plan on role of province in formulating laws.
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