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The National Human Rights Commission Doramba Incident, Ramechhap
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The Commission had provided this Committee with a monitoring mandate for on-the spot investigation.The mandate chiefly included matters, such as, directing the members of the Committee to receive information, in course of acquiring knowledge,about the facts of the incident, on the basis of the statements of the parties involved in the dispute, local eye-witnesses and the individuals who had hearsay knowledge about the incident, to show respect for the mental tension and security of the victims and the basic principles of investigation while recording their statements about the incident, to make on-the-spot visits as far as possible, to the places where the incident took place, to prepare report, if people were found to have been killed, showing, as far as practicable, the part of the body which was hit by bullets and establishing by facts whether or not cross fire had taken place and to inspect, while recording their statements about the incident and while monitoring the incident, whether or not the common Article 3 of the Geneva Conventions had been compiled with in the event of an encounter.investigation about the incident, the Committee, for the purpose of collecting the facts, undertook works like making on-the-spot inspection of the places where the incidents had occurred, recording the statements of the individuals who were eye-witnesses of the incident, inspecting the dead bodies after exhuming them from the ditches where they had been allegedly buried, recording the statement of the eye-witnesses of the incident belonging to the place where the alleged killings had taken place, taking photographs by film and video cameras, collecting and photographing fired cartridges, slippers, strings allegedly used for tying hands, burnt bags and other materials found at the crime scene,similarly hearing separately the statements of the activists of the Maoists who were said to have successfully escaped from the incident and the concerned persons and preparing documents describing the crime scenes and the places where the dead bodies were buried and taking consent of the relatives for exhumation of the dead bodies and preparing document of handing over the materials discovered from the scenes of occurrence in the presence of the Committee to the local people.
Publisher:
NHCR/UNDP ,   (2003 )
Type / Script:
Annual Report in English
Keywords:
KNOWLEDGE, HUMAN RIGHTS, INCIDENT, CRIMINAL JUSTICE, COMMISION, CRIME AND PUNISHMENT, EXAMINATION, ESTABLISHED, ELECTION MONITORING, KILLED AND INJURED, ENVIRONMENT, ACCIDENT INVESTIGATION, PRACTICAL SKILLS, POLITICAL PARTY
Thematic Group:
 UNDP : Social and Institutional Developoment
Thesaurus:
14.02.02  -  Human Rights
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