Half Yearly Review of Human Rights Year Book
Informal Sector Service Center (INSEC) has organized half yearly review of Human Rights Year Book in various district.
According to the INSEC district representative Santosh Ruchal, half yearly review of Human Rights Year Book has been organized in Kushma of Parbat on June 25. While speaking at the program, CDO Guru Datta Dhakal said that he is committed for the protection and promotion of human rights.
He recommended INSEC to include issues regarding education, drinking water, health and food rights in the book with priority.
Inspector Rabindra Kumar Shrestha of District Police Office of Parbat said that incidents of rape and other crimes will be processed faster based on their sensitivity. INSEC District Representative had presented 20 incidents of human rights violation within the period of six months. This includes 13 incidents of domestic violence, three of rape, one of attempted rape, killing and destruction of physical infrastructure.
According to the INSEC district representative Yagya Murti Timilsina, half yearly review of human rights year book has been organized in Palpa on June 24. Speaking at the program, CDI Bishnu Prasad Dhakal said that the collected incidents on Human Rights violation will reflect the human rights situation of the district.
He said that education, health and food rights must be included in the book with due priority.
INSEC district representative Timilsina presented the collected incidents of human rights violation within the period of six months. In the district, 17 incidents of human rights violation were collected within this period. This includes 11 incidents of domestic violence, three of polygamy. 2 each of rape and attempted rape and one incident of Civil and Political Rights.
Speaking at the program SP Dilli Raj Pant of DPO said that documentation of incidents and publishing it as a book is very important. He added to include issues of education, food and health with due important.
Buddhi Prasad Sharma, chair of Red Cross Palpa recommended to include the situation of street children and abandoned women.
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