Stakeholders recommends INSEC to be aware on Education, Health and Food Rights

  November 20, 2018

Human Rights Year Book-2019 pre-review program was held in Dhankuta on November 18.

Speaking at the program assistant chief District Officer Noor Hari Khatiwada said that INSEC is supporting the state for the protection of human rights and recommended to raise the issues of food, education and health rights strongly.

He added that the constitution has provisioned these rights as a fundamental human rights and incidents of violation of such rights must be included strongly in the human rights year book.

Former MP Gopal Guragain said that the concerned stakeholders are more aware in recent days regarding the human rights violation and it is important to increase such awareness.

Former chair Khagendra Ghimire of FNJ Dhankuta said that INSEC has contributed for the protection of human rights and its campaign is praiseworthy. The program was participated by media personnel, administrative officers, former MPs and concerned stakeholders.

During the pre-review of year book, INSEC district representative presented the data of human rights violation in the district which included 39 victims in 36 incidents of violation.

The data included six incidents of rape , 22 incidents of domestic violence, three incidents of killing, one of polygamy, two of vandalism  according to INSEC.

Nil Bahadur Thapa