Yearly Pre-review of Year Book Held

  December 18, 2016

According to INSEC Jumla District Representative Man Datta Rawal, yearly pre-review of Human Rights Year Book-2017 has been held on December 18 in the district headquarters of Khalanga.

A discussion was held with stakeholders on the incidents collected in a year related to human rights violations and atrocities.
INSEC District representative Rawal had informed about a total of 26 human rights violation incidents held in the district during the year.Speaking at the program, registrar Madhav Prasad Paudel high court of Surkhet said that all stakeholders support is essential for the minimization of the incidents on human rights violation. He added, the environment must be created so that the incidents must be resolved through advocacy and debate.

Dhana Raj Shahi, acting office chief of National Human Rights Commission sub-regional office said that incidents under the jurisdiction of the court should not be included in the Year Book.

DSP Guru Bishnu Kafle of Jumla DPO said that joint planning is necessary among the stakeholders to minimize domestic violence, Chaupadi practice, child marriage, caste discrimination in the district.

According to INSEC Tanahu district representative Prakash Chandra Bhattarai, a pre-review of Human Rights Year Book has been conducted in the district on December 18. During the program incidents on human rights violations and atrocities within the year were discussed.

Speaking at the program, inspector Bijaya Raj Pandit of DPO said that the incidents on women violation are being increasing in the district which is verified by INSEC Human Rights Year Book. He added that at present the definition of Human Rights has been changed and it need to be taken into consideration.

According to INSEC report, in the district, women and child rights violation is in increasing trend. In the report, Education, health and food rights have been included.