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Incidents of human rights violations decrease


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2021 Dec 30, 11:18, Chitwan

Chitwan district has witnessed a decline in the spate of anti-human rights incidents.

The information was shared at an annual pre-review of 'Human Rights Year Book, 2022' organized by the Informal Sector Service Centre (INSEC) on Wednesday.

As of November 15, in the year 2021, a total of 92 anti-human rights incidents took place. Last year it was 110 within the review period. As informed, 88 women and four men were victimized in the incidents in the year 2021.

According to INSEC Chitwan representative Deependra Adhikari, the anti-human rights incidents were recorded based on the complaints lodged at District Police Office, District Court, and District Attorney Office.

It was shared that 51 incidents related to child rights violations, four related to murder, and 37 related to women's rights violations occurred during the period.

As many as 29 underage girls and 16 women became victims in the incidents of rape recorded during the period. One child marriage and 10 polygamy cases were recorded.

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