KATHMANDU: The National Human Rights Commission (NHRC) on Thursday launched investigations into status of implementation of its recommendations on 12 human rights violation cases including that of the conflict era. According to its statement, the Commission said it is planning to study if its recommendations were implemented by the government and the victims’ families got justice accordingly. Three teams have already been deployed to Ramechhap, Chitwan and Dhading for the same. NHRC spokesperson Mohana Ansari has requested all the stakeholders to help them in their investigations. The major incidents include cases of caste discrimations in Siraha and Doti and violence against women accused of witchcraft in Mahottari. Likewise, conflict-era incidents of Phulbari of Dang, Nagi of Panchthar, Doramba of Ramechhap, Godar of Dhanusa, Bangadobhan of Baglung, Bandarmudhe of Chitwan, Pili of Kalikot and Kapilvastu. Dozens of people including security personnel, the then Maoist combatants and members of the general public were killed in the incident. The national human rights watchdog also informed that it will coordinate with Nepal Police and Armed Police Force to investigate into the various incidents that killed many police personnel over the time.
NHRC launches probe into implementation of recommendations on conflict-era cases
Published: 03:43 pm Sep 24, 2015