Discussion on the Nepal Human Rights Year Book and Human Rights

  March 23, 2021 By: INSEC

The monitoring team of the Informal Sector Service Centre (INSEC) Central Office and Province 2 Office has collected suggestions by discussing the importance of the Nepal Human Rights Year Book and the human rights situation in the province.

INSEC Chairperson Dr. Indira Shrestha, Executive Director Bijay Raj Gautam, and Province 2 Coordinator Raju Paswan. Suggestions have been collected after discussions with Bandhu Prasad Bastola.


On the occasion, Chief Jha said that the condition of education, health, and human rights in Province 2 was weak.

The province chief urged the INSEC team to conduct programs related to moral and civic education in the province.

He expressed the commitment of the provincial government to work in collaboration with INSEC to improve the human rights situation of the citizens of the province.

Chief Minister Lal Babu Raut said that INSEC has been doing remarkable work in the field of human rights and there was a need to work in the field of human rights through women and Dalit empowerment programs in the coming days.


Chief Justice Dipendra Jha said that human rights-friendly moral education was needed to reduce the incidence of human rights violations in Province-2.

In a meeting with the Provincial Police Chief Dhiraj Pratap Singh, he requested the INSEC monitoring team to coordinate with the province police to train the police chiefs of all the eight districts of the province on human rights and transitional justice.


Chief District Officer of Dhanusha, Bandhu Prasad Bastola, said that the police administration was taking steps to take action against the perpetrators of such incidents as the incidents of criminal and social discrimination were increasing in the district.

Dipendra Prasad Singh