A cycle rally has been organized in Kathmandu by Amnesty International Nepal today morning to mark 64th International Human Rights Day. The rally was organized in a bid to spread awareness on human rights. The participants have also demanded the formation of transitional justice mechanisms to end the impunity.
The rally begun from UN House, Polchowk of Lalitpur visited Thapathali, Maitighar, New Baneshor, Thapagaon, Padmodayamod, Bhadrakali and finally the Basantpur Durbar Square. It converged into a gathering reaching the Durbar Square.
More than 200 members of the Amnesty International participated in the rally which carried the placards bearing the slogans with the theme of ending impunity to protect human rights.
Addressing the gathering, human rights defender Krishna Pahadi said the unchecked impunity was a threat to human rights protection in Nepal.
Meanwhile, various programs are being held to commemorate the 64th International Human Rights Day with a slogan of “My Voice Counts”. Nepal Human Rights Commission is holding a program in its office premises today to celebrate the day.
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