The Informal Sector Service Center (INSEC) has released the data that more than 20 human rights violations are happening every day in Nepal.
Human rights violations in Nepal
According to the 2022 Human Rights Year Book published by INSEC on Sunday, 20 cases of human rights violations are happening in Nepal every day.
INSEC has published the details of 7 thousand 376 cases of human rights violations in Nepal in 2022. According to INSEC, 323 people have been killed in this one year and 2 people have gone missing.
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35 people were abducted, 81 people were arrested and 448 people were beaten, according to the report released by INSEC. 53 people died in the prison.
INSEC has pointed out that the situation of the country has not improved in terms of social and people’s livelihood after the incidents of human rights of a political nature have decreased.
According to the annual report, human rights violations, excesses, and crimes are happening. INSEC said in its annual report that thousands of citizens are losing their lives every year due to increasing road accidents, suicides, and disasters, ‘It is important that the eyes of the government be aware of the responsibility towards the citizens and also controls such incidents.’
INSEC has pointed out that the parties have not been active in the issue of citizens’ livelihood by saying that the prisons have not been converted into correctional facilities, controversial ordinances, and bills have been introduced, and structures have not been formed at the provincial level, education, health, and human rights are limited to paper.
When the attention of the parties is focused on power politics, the executive focuses its attention on how to maintain and extend power. The government was not able to achieve full success in protecting the right to life, the report said, ‘when the government left the concern, the right to life would be suppressed. The government did not appear to be proactive in completing the rest of the work of transitional justice.’