Service provider must be ready for sound service: Justice Pandit
The District Court justice Prakash Prasad Pandit said that the service provider must show their readiness to make public service more effective and accountable. He expressed his view while speaking at program during the formation of Human Rights Watch Group in the district organized under INSEC ELP project on January 2. He said that such activity will help to practice good governance.
Pandit said that if the governmental service becomes accountable then only rule of law, strengthening of democracy and civil rights will be achievable. He added that good action must be initiated from a person itself.
While speaking at the program, Local Development Officer Dilli Ram Panthi said that the definition of Human rights has been changed in the recent years. Priorly, the human right was focused only on right to live and civil rights but now it is focused on making the service flow accountable.
Women Development Officer Anita Gyawali said that it is positive move by INSEC to look after good governance area.
The fecilitator Amar Sunar of INSEC had informed about the project and its allocated budget.
The Human Rights Watch group has been formed in the same occasion for the protection and promotion of Human Rights. The group was formed in coordination of journalist Jyoti Katwal with 11 members.
INSEC Mid-western regional Office, Nepalgunj
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