Ganga Maya Adhikari of Phujel-7, who had been in a hunger strike at Bir Hospital while having treatment, asked Prime Minister why is it hard to catch criminals.
While giving a short speech in a candle lightening program to mark a second death anniversary of her husband Nanda Prasad Adhikari on September 22, Ganga Maya expressed her concern on apathy shown by the government to give her justice. She further asked government to give her reason, why is it difficult to catch those criminals.
She said that in six years, almost half dozens of Prime Ministers have been changed however none of them have tried to provide her justice. She added that she has been cheated many times despite of providing justice which has added more pain. She said that she is still waiting for justice even after the death of her husband.
Speaking at the candle lightening program, former member Kapil Shrestha of NHRC said that Ganga Maya is only a character of justice and Nanda Prasad is a martyr who gave up his life while fighting for justice.
INSEC chairperson Subodh Raj Pyakurel said that Nanda Prasad who died fighting for the justice have never let the justice to die. He has given us a message of hope and reliability and we must fulfill it, Pyakurel said.
Human Rights activists Charan Prasai said that their fight for the justice is inspiration for us. He added that Nanda Prasad’s death is the death of justice. He also said that human rights activists are always with Ganga Maya to conclude the fight for justice till the end.
People from various walk of life were presented at the program including journos and conflict victims.
Nanda Prasad Adhikari’s body is still in box number 4 at TUTH. Ganga Maya is on her stand that her husband will not be cremated until she do not get justice.