EU missions in Kathmu deplore killing of Dalit youths in Rukum
KATHMU, June 3: The EU Delegation to Nepal, along with the EU Heads of Mission based mostly in Kathmu, have deplored the tragic lack of life within the violent incident in Soti village of Chaurjahari Municipality, Rukum (Karnali Province) within the third week of May.
“This act of violence passed off on the eve of the ninth anniversary of the passing by the legislative Parliament of the Caste Based Discrimination Untouchability (Offence Punishment) Act 2011,” learn a press launch issued by the EU Delegation to Nepal on Wednesday.
Expressing their honest condolences to the households the family members of these killed on this stunning incident, the diplomatic missions mentioned that they condemn violence discrimination based mostly on caste on some other grounds, together with intercourse, race, color, ethnic or social origin.
“The Government of Nepal, as a celebration to the Convention on the Elimination of All Forms of Racial Discrimination, has undertaken to fight caste-based discrimination. We assist the efforts undertaken to conduct a good investigation, which is able to reveal the reality of this tragic occasion, result in motion to make sure justice reparations for the victims their households,” learn the press launch.
The EU Delegation to Nepal, along with the EU Heads of Mission based mostly in Kathmu, mentioned that they’re dedicated to assist Nepal Government’s efforts to make sure full implementation of the constitutional ensures elimination of caste-based discrimination, name for the complete pressure of the legislation to be introduced towards these perpetrating such crimes discriminations.