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Reformed laws to end discrimination

 has suggested that the state should bring new policy to end untouchability and caste-based discrimination.

Speaking at a meeting of the sub-committee on Friday, the lawmakers said that stern laws should be brought to end untouchability as different people have lost their lives for belonging to the so-called dalit communities.

The meeting was held under the chair of sub-committee Binod Pahadi. During the meeting, lawmakers have expressed dissatisfaction to the state’s apathy over the cases occurred in Kalikot, Dailekh and Saptari districts.

At the meeting, sub-committee member Bimala Nepali stressed for monitoring whether or not the Crime and Punishment Act-2068 was implemented. RSS

Published Date: Thursday, April 26th, 2012 | 11:46 PM

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