Participants on a program stressed on making CIED, formed by Government, with full of rights.
They expressed their views while speaking at an interaction program on public expectation towards CIED and transitional justice mechanism, on the occasion of 33rd international day against enforced disappearance organized in Pokhara.
Speaking at the program, chief guest and district judge Sekhar Prasad Paudel said that the commission must be given full of rights to find the whereabouts of disappeared people and making them public. He further said that civil rights activist must exert pressure on government to provide proper compensation to their families by reconciling justice.
INSEC chairperson Subodh Raj Pyakurel said that if transitional law is not made for conflict management it will be an extrajudicial and which might bring those responsible party under the boundary of international law.
He further stressed that state must make structural law for conflict management to reconcile Justice. He added that public can forgive but international court cannot acquit accused of extrajudicial killing at any cost.
Secretary Bed Prakash Sharma of NHRC said that commission is always in victim’s side and added that complaints lodged for transitional justice cannot go to the court.
Bishnu Prasad Adhikari