Civil Society recommends Local Government to make Human Rights friendly law
The representatives of civil society in Achham have recommend the local government to make law which is human rights friendly.
They expressed their views while speaking at the discussion program among local representatives and civil society organized on May 20 in Mangalsen by INSEC office of Dhangadhi.
Advocates , journalists and rights activists stressed on making citizen’s- friendly laws by prioritizing local issues based on the 22 rights determined by the constitution.
The participants also stressed on formulating laws focusing on alcohol management, market monopoly, consumers committee, hearing complaints, good governance, wages, caste discrimination including Chaupadi practices.
Chairperson Krishna Prasad Dhungana of District Bar Unit said that it is necessary to make law with the help of expertise so that people can see the changes.
Speaking at the program, the local representatives said that they are working for the wale fare of the citizens and laws will be formulated for the people.
Vice chair Top bahadurt Rawal of District Coordination committee said that he will support and coordinate to make human rights friendly law.
INSEC Dhangadhi office coordinator Khadga Raj Joshi recommended the local government to prioritize the human rights friendly law so that the issues of people can be addressed and they feel the change.
Shiva Raj Dhungana
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