Serial bomb blasts grabs attention of Human Rights’ organizations
INSEC and other Human Rights organizations has published a press release on 17 December regarding the serial bomb blasts of Dhanusha and Siraha districts in the past few days. The release mentions about their attention being focused on the loss of human life and infrastructure.
The bomb blasted at the residence of Rajesh Sah, located in Kshireshwornath Municipality- 5, Dhanusha at 12:10 am on 13 December took the life of Inspector Amir Kumar Dahal of Area Police Office, Mahendranagar, Rajesh Sah (house owner) and his son Anand Kumar Sah.
The treatment of injured Prakash Sah, Anjali Sah, Bhikhari Sah, Akbar Mansoor, Sakila Khatun, Nikki Sah and police constable Rijnath Mahato and are undergoing.
As crime and criminal activities does no good to anyone, these organizations appeal for actions that insures human rights.
The press release was published by organizations like Informal Sector Service Center (INSEC) Province 2, Advocay Forum Province 2, Third Alliance Province 2, WOREC Nepal, Women Rights Defender Network Dhanusha, District Youth Network Dhanusha, Nilheera Society and Unnat Nepal.
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