In Nepal, the people feel that they have lost the court of justice. In some cases, people go to the brink of death while seeking justice. But they do not get justice. Due to the delay in the court, people have lost hope for a kind of justice. Since there is no way to trust the common man, the general public is confused about where to get justice. In Nepal, there are two ways to get justice.
Ordinary citizens are discriminated even when they go to seek justice. It is difficult to register their case. Registering a case of a person also requires access power. Otherwise how many days are spent in filing a case. It is not a matter of getting justice after it has been done. Thus, people’s faith in the justice they are getting has started to fly.
The women of Nepalgunj who have registered their case after many days are facing many problems. They allege that they have to face various charges from the SP and DSP of Bake and demand that they should also be punished. People have to travel from Nepalgunj to Kathmandu to seek justice A team of 11 women and 3 men has been struggling to reach Kathmandu for justice. It has taken a long time for the team to reach Kathmandu on foot.
The team is tasked with handing over a memorandum to Prime Minister Ser Bahadur Deuba and Home Minister Bal Krishna Khad for the justice of Nakunya Dhobi and Nirmala Kurmi. He does not feel that he has received justice even at the cost of his own life.
Nakunya Dhobi, 38, of Tanbasi in Janaki Goupalika of Bake was found hanging in her house on July 20. Her relatives claim that her husband Ram Kumar Dhobi and brother-in-law Jitbari Dhobi killed her. He also claimed that the political parties had politicized the incident. He claims that there has been no proper investigation into the disappearance of Nirmala since December 31.