Kathmandu, Dec. 10: Prime Minister KP Sharma Oli has said that the government was effortful to find out the culprits of Nirmala murder case.
Speaking in a programme organized by the National Human Rights Commission (NHRC) on the occasion of 70th International Human Rights Day in the capital on Monday, Prime Minister Oli added that the incident was painful and barbaric.
He also urged the parents of late Nirmala Panta to observe patience while pledging that the government would take action against the culprit at any cost. Prime Minster Oli also committed to protecting the human rights issues in the country.
On another note, the Prime Minister shared that the government was preparing to distribute warm clothes to the poor families in Tarai before cold wave hits the region this winter.
Similarly, NHRC chairperson Anupraj Sharma said that all three-tiers of governments should be effortful and sensitive to protect human rights of all. RSS
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