Publicize the Commission’s Report: Human Rights Watch
The International Human Rights organization “Human Rights Watch” has demanded the government to publicize the report of the commission formed to investigate the incident of Madhes Movement.
The commission was coordinated by former justice Girish Chandra Lal and the commission had already presented the report to the government however the government has not made it public yet. Director Brad Adams of Human Rights Watch Asia said that the Prime Minister must publicize the report and bring the planning that can address the victim’s issues.
Meanwhile, Terai Human Rights Defender Alliance (Third Alliance) has urged government to publicize the report.
Two cadres from “Biplov” led NCP arrested
Police have arrested two cadres of “Biplov” led Nepal Communist Party on April 22. According to the police, the arrested were District member Bishnu Rijal, 65 of Gandaki Rural Municipaity-7,…
Dalit restricted in Tripura Temple
A complaint against ward chairman Bishnu Bhakta Shrestha,65 of Tripurasunderi Rural Municipality-5, Tauthali and a priest Bhairab Shrestha,62 has been lodged at Police Post of Piscar on April 21 by…
Human Rights Year book is a window for human rights situation: Participants
Informal Sector Service Center (INSEC) Gandaki provincial office has organized an interaction program with various stakeholders of the district on April 22. A team of INSEC provincial coordinator Shiva Khakurel,…
Police threatens NHRC staff, Activists draws attention
The Human Rights activists have drawn a serious attention on the incident of threatening its staff member by police on April 22 by entering into the office of NHRC, Nepalgunj.…