Discussion held on human rights situation of the District
The regional office of NHRC Pokhara has conducted the discussion program on Human Rights fundamental issues and general obstacle with stakeholders on August 9. The program was held in Myagdi.
The participants of the program stressed on solving the serious social issues such as suicide, issues of senior citizens, foreign employment and fragmentation of family, conflict victim’s issues and issues of disability.
Chief District Officer (CDO) Raju Prasad Paudel stressed on focusing on commission’s program in coming future.
On behalf of commission, the issues such as child issues, women, economic, food and health, education, social, cultural, civil and political issue were focused on the discussion.
The participants of the program complained that state has failed to provide even a minimum needs of conflict victims.
The NHRC will prepare a report based on a raised issues in the discussion program according to Commission’s officer Khim lal Subedi.
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