Nepal Human Rights Year Book Half Yearly Review Held

  June 25, 2018

Informal Sector Service Center (INSEC) has organized Nepal Human Rights Year Book half yearly review in Bidur of Nuwakot on June 25.

Speaking at the program, district judge Rishikesh Wagle said that court has always playing an important role for the protection and promotion of human rights of the country.

He added that the process of delivering justice will be expiated as court plays vital role for the protection of Human Rights.

Inspector Raja Ram Khadka of DPO said that police is always working for the protection of human rights and is very serious on the rights of detainees and inmates. He added that CCTV has been installed in the custody room to avoid possible incidents. He also said that no torture is given while taking the statement from the accused.

In the program, INSEC district representative Nawadeep Shrestha presented the data of human rights violation with in the period of six months. During this period, 19 incidents of human rights violation were documented which includes incidents of killing, eight incidents of rape, five of attempted rape and one incident of polygamy.

Nawadeep Shrestha