State Is Responsible to make Sustainable Reconciliation: Judge Upadhyaya
A senior judge and chairman of reconciliation Council, Baidhya Nath Upadhyaya said that it is state’s responsibility to make sustainable and affective reconciliation of dispute within the community as a role of policy in reconciliation is effective.
Speaking at the discussion program at Chaughada in August 20 on community reconciliation, Upadhyaya said that Nepal’s constitution has adopted the reconciliation policy.
He stressed that those who are working for reconciliation must give their attention especially to those women who are poor, victim and are under privileged. “ Except serious or criminal cases others can be solved through reconciliation”, he said.
Speaking at the program, SC registrar She Kanta Paudel said that the new constitution has a provision to keep at least one reconciliation centre in each Municipality.
The constitution has prioritised reconciliation concept because dispute and conflict inflicted place cannot speed up development said Reshmi Raj Pandey of local development ministry.
Nawa Deep Shrestha
Chairperson Criticizes NHRC’s Member’s Opinion
The tweet of Mohna Ansari, member of the National Human Rights Commission was criticized by the commission’s chairperson Anup Raj Sharma on 9 July 2020 through a press statement. Ansari…
Woman Beaten In The Premises Of Municipality By Police
Neha Bista (21) of Aathbiskot municipality-9 was severely beaten by Municipality Police and Nepal Police on 14 May 2020 and the incident was exposed on 7 July 2020. The video…
INSEC Provides Health Equipment
Informal Sector Service Centre (INSEC), Province 1 Office Biratnagar has provided health equipment to Arjundhara Municipality and Budhha Shanti rural municipality on 8 July 2020. The health equipment were provided…
Court Declares 12 Years’ Imprisonment For Rape
District Court of Pyuthan has declared 12 years' imprisonment to a 17-year-old boy for raping a 13-year-old girl. The decision was taken by District Justice Bishnu Prasad Gautam and the…