Tuesday, 5 April 2016

Demand for the compensation: Historically Genocide of the half of the Nepal's indigenous communities

The Legal definition of GENOCIDE as defined by the UN that states in Article 2 of the Convention on the Prevention and Punishment of the Crime of Genocide (1948) as "any of the following acts committed with intent to destroy, in whole or in part, a national, ethnical, racial or religious group, as such: killing members of the group; causing serious bodily or mental harm to members of the group; deliberately inflicting on the group conditions of life calculated to bring about its physical destruction in whole or in part 1; imposing measures intended to prevent births within the group; [and] forcibly transferring children of the group to another group."
No one can imagine that from the state level any ruler can formed a law and order just to GENOCIDE a certain group of community /society classifying them as an enslavable and impure.
However, this (intended GENOCIDE) has happened in Nepal because of the borrowed law "the law of manu/Manusmriti" from India that was imposed among innocent, ignorant and honest indigenous communities of Nepal as early as 14th century by King Jayasthiti Malla promulgating Nepal first law "Manav Nyaya Shastra" that was further rewrote and endorsed in 19th century during the kingship of Surendra Bikram Shah under the prime minister-ship of Janga Bahadur Rana that is still in place despite the new constitution of Nepal has been promulgated last year in September.
If we look at the history of Nepal critically then no human can sleep peacefully because it boils the cold blood that trigger to do something good and better for our future so that everyone can be equal at the eyes of state law and order.
Lynn Bennett, who worked as the Gender Coordinator for the Asia Region and as Director for Social Development in the South Asia Region at the World Bank and Dilip Parajuli a Senior Economist with the South Asia Education Unit at the World Bank, Washington DC authored report "The Nepal Multidimensional Exclusion Index: Making Smaller Social Groups Visible and Providing a Baseline for tracking results for social inclusion" is ever published the best report that clearly shows HOW the past action of the rulers has shaped the present socio-economic status of those communities /societies that have been systematically socio-economically marginalised, discriminated and excluded by the state law and order for the last 250 years to exercise their rights as a citizen of the nation.
To compensate the lost and damage of those communities/ societies Government of Nepal MUST made reparation to them without any delay like the Australian government did during the Labour Government under the Prime Minister-ship of Kevin Rudd historically apologised to the Stolen Generations and said ‘sorry’ on February 13th, 2008, indigenous Aboriginal people across all Australia were deeply moved and in tears.
Nepal Human Rights Commission should consider this issue to compensate those communities lost and damage in the last 250 years imposing inhuman law and order that intentionally GENOCIDE large section of indigenous communities of Nepal from which they are still struggling demanding equal treatment from the state level in each and every sector of growth and development of the country plan of action.