The National Human Rights Commission (NHRC) has over that though eleven years have already been pass on since the signing of peace agreement, survivors of the last decade long armed conflict have been still bereft of justice.
Speaking at a programme organized in commemoration of the completion of the eleven years of sign language of the great Peace Accord in 2006, that had formally place the last decade long armed conflict to associate degree finish, NHRC member Prakash Wasti said the govt. wasn’t sensitive towards the problems of human rights.
He expressed his concern over the govt. apathy towards the implementation of the NHRC recommendations, warning that the NHRC would react powerfully if it (government) continuing to show its expensive ear to such recommendations.
NHRC member and interpreter Mohana Ansari John Drew the eye of the house Ministry towards the IED explosions targeting candidates for the future elections to the House of Representatives and State Assemblies. She insisted on the necessity of a robust security mechanism to response such security threats.
According to another NHRC member Sudip Pathak, pains and sufferings of the conflict survivors ar because it is even once the completion of eleven years since the CPA. the reality and Reconciliation Commission and Commission of Investigation on enforced Disappeared Persons, the transmutation justice mechanism fashioned to agitate the cases of gross human rights violations materialized throughout the conflict, didn’t perform effectively attributable to lack of needed acts, resources and right to self-decision, he added.
Likewise, the NHRC has printed the observation report of the native level elections-2017. 3 people were dead and incidents of clash occurred in some districts.
Despite some untoward incidents, the elections over peacefully in overall, because the report states. Use of kids in election content campaign had slightly gone down compared to the previous elections, there was wider violation of election code of conduct, polling stations weren’t the disabled-friendly and therefore the voter’s education wasn’t effective. These are the NHRC findings enclosed within the report.