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Question of Nazir’s through poetry to court

'The crooked scales hanging on the idol's hand in the court have not been able to do justice directly', Najir Hussain

KATHMANDU:- It has been two years since Nirmala Pant was raped and murdered. However, the culprits of the incident have not been identified yet. Two years ago, agitations erupted in various cities, including the capital, to put pressure on the government, demanding punishment for those involved in Nirmala’s murder. However, as the government was not serious about the incident, the movement gradually slowed down.

Social media users have started a ‘digital movement’ on Friday saying that the culprit could not be identified even two years after Nirmala’s rape and murder. Thousands of social media users have posted a poster on the Facebook profile of Nepal’s top leader and police chief demanding justice for Nirmala.

Nepali artists are also pressuring the government through social media demanding Nirmala’s justice. Meanwhile, versatile actor Nazir Hussain shared a video of him reciting a poem on Facebook on Tuesday, saying that Nirmala Pant has not received justice for two years and the crooked scales hanging on the idol’s hand in the court have not been able to do justice directly.

 He has named the title of the poem ‘Green Question’ (Hariyo Prasna). The poem he recited speaks of the hope of the family of Nirmala Pant, who was murdered after being raped, and the anguish of an empty-handed mother. Actor Hussain has recited poems in an emotional manner. In his poem, he has used touching words and questioned the justice given by the court.

Published Date: Tuesday, August 18th, 2020 | 02:42 AM

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