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CIEDP team in Rolpa to investigate war-time cases

15 March 2020  

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ROLPA: A team of the Commission for Investigation on Enforced Disappeared Persons (CIEDP) arrived in Rolpa to begin the investigation process on the persons disappeared forcefully during the decade-long armed conflict.

A team will study the people subjected to the enforced disappearance during the insurgency in the district, which was one of the most-affected districts by the conflict, and make recommendations for further action.

Commission chairperson Yubaraj Subedi said that the investigation goes on the basis of received complaints

Subedi further added that although the law to deal with the post-investigation process is not sufficient, the existing law doesn’t obstruct the investigation. He vowed to utilize the available law for the investigation.

A total of 132 complaints of human rights violations have been received from the district of Rolpa, and it has been decided to go for a comprehensive investigation into 98 complaints which put the number of disappeared at 99.

The team comprises Commission members Bishwa Prakas Bhandari, Dr Gangadhar Adhikari, Sunil Ranjan Singh and Sarita Thapa and other staff.

Publish Date : 15 March 2020 20:55 PM

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