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Complaints collected on people enforced disappeared

KANCHANPUR:- The Commission of Investigation on Enforced Disappeared Persons (CIEDP) Nepal has advanced the tasks of collecting complaints on the people enforced disappeared by breaching serious human rights during the armed conflict and also providing identity card to the conflict survivor families.
The transitional justice mechanism has reached the local levels to collect complaints from the conflict victim families and informants knowing the incident and ascertain the victims and provide them with identity cards.
As informed the CIEDP has so far received complaints about the enforced disappearance of 78 people here. Commission member Sarita Thapa shared that identity cards were so far distributed to the relatives of 33 enforced disappeared in Punarbas, Belauri, Laljhadi, Krishnapur and Shuklaphanta.
“We will collect complaints within mid-January of 2022”, she said, adding, “The members of the victim families will also be provided with identity cards”.
According to her, the members of the victim family refer his/her spouse, son, daughter, father, mother, father-in-law, mother-in-law, grand farther, grand mother, grandson, granddaughter and brothers and sisters living in the same family.
Thapa further informed that the commission is working to distribute identity cards to the dependant family members of 78 persons who were identified as enforced disappeared in the conflict.
Arrangement has been made to provide with identity card to those ascertained as victim in course of the investigation of the commission.
The commission was entrusted the mandate to carry out inquiry and investigation into the incidents of enforced disappeared during the armed conflict.

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