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On-the-spot Investigation of the Clash in Pilikop, Daha Village Development Committee Kalikot District
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The investigation team observed the spot of the incident at Pili for about six hours. The team inquired with the Major Nawal Shah the Commander of the camp about the incident and conducted the field investigation to ascertain the losses in the incident. According to the Commander, a total of 55 security personnel were killed, 109 security personnel had come in contact, 60 personnel were abducted by theMaoists, and 4 were still missing. Among the 55 killed, 22were shot in the head. Lieutenant Tulsi Prasad Shrestha might have been tortured and killed as there were no signs of gunshot wounds in his body and his private parts were found to have been-mutilated. The bodies of 9 personnel were found overlapped on top of each other in one spot in the north-west side on the way to the camp raising the possibility that they might have been lined upland killed.Major Nawal Shah also informed that 12 bodies were below the camp near a cliff in the southern part of the camp.the Maoists informed that all the security personnel were killed in encounters; all the abducted personnel were receiving humane treatment and would be released at an appropriate time. According to the Maoists, their cadres and supporters were mistreated during the search carried out by the arm yin the villages after the encounter.
NHRC/UNDP ,   (2005 )
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 UNDP : Social and Institutional Developoment
14.05.01  -  Social Science Disciplines And Methodologies
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