Pre-review Session for Nepal Human Rights Year Book 2021 Completed

  December 14, 2020

A pre-review program for Nepal Human Rights Year Book 2021 was held at Chautara on December 10. The chief of the program was District Judge Mahendra Bahadur Karki.

The chief guest of the program, District Judge Karki, said that despite the enactment of various laws for the protection of human rights, it was difficult to implement them and all parties should be aware of the protection of human rights.

Chief District Officer Umesh Kumar Dhakal, who was the special guest of the program, said that the government would spare no effort to protect human rights and would always cooperate with INSEC.

Speaking on the occasion, Bal Kumari Sapkota, Deputy Chief of the District Coordination Committee, said that the women and children of the rural communities have been suffering immensely and stressed the need for awareness at all local levels for the protection of human rights.

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The review program was attended by the Chief of District Police Office, Chief of Investigation Office, representatives of non-governmental organizations, journalists, and legal practitioners.

INSEC District Representative Natibabu presented 43 incidents recorded in the district throughout the year.

Among the incidents recorded in the district are one arrest, one re-arrest, two racial discrimination, five beatings and threats, two murders, one vandalism in a media house, 21 child rights, and eight women’s rights.

Natibabu Dhital