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Women should be active to implement laws protecting them

KATHMANDU: Minister for Women, Children and Social Welfare, Dan Bahadur Chaudhari has claimed that Nepal had the strongest law among the SAARC countries against the violence against women (VAW).

Minister for Women, Children and Social Welfare, Dan Bahadur ChaudharySpeaking at an interaction organized in the capital to mark the International Women’s Day on Thursday, Minister Chaudhari said women themselves should be active to implement the laws against gender discrimination.

Former member secretary of the National Cooperatives Development Board, Pampha Rai accused the men of disregarding women and keeping them away from the forefront.

Women were victimized most in the domestic violence, she added.

The programme was organized by a sub-committee of the National Cooperatives Association Ltd. RSS

Published Date: Thursday, March 8th, 2012 | 05:55 PM

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