Human rights violation case filed against ex-PM Deuba
PANCHTHAR: A serious human rights violation case has been filed at the Truth and Reconciliation Commission (TRC) against former Prime Minister Sher Bahadur Deuba.
It is stated in the complaint that the former Prime Minister had mobilised the then Royal Nepal Army to take lives of rebel CPN-Maoist cadres at Ansrang-1 of Panchthar even after the truce for peace talks.
The complaint was lodged jointly by six martyrs' families.
CPN Maoist Centre district Chairman Hom Jabegu said that Yogesh Khanal of Subhang, Mohan Angbe of Sidin-8, Deepak Dhimal of Limba-6, Laxmi Rai of Siwa-9, Kamal Bahadur Angdembe and Abindra Angdembe of Angsarang were killed in the attack.
There is also an arrangement in the international law that the disarmed rebellions should not be a subject to killing, the complaint stated.
According to Puran Rai, brother of Laxmi, they had filed a complaint at the TRC demanding action against those involved in the incident.