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The Congress has approached the state Human Rights Commission over the death due to starvation at Nayagarh

BHUBANESWAR: The Congress has approached the state Human Rights Commission over the death of a 47-year-old woman from Kalamba village in Kankeda panchayat under Nuagaon block of Nayagarh district. Today, a four-member delegation led by senior Congress leader and former MLA Bipin Das has gone to the Human Rights Commission to file a formal inquiry into the death of starvation and take action against the culprits. In a petition filed by Congress spokesperson and lawyer Nishikant Mishra, only 15 kg of rice was provided to the victims by the government in the five-month locknow. Even in the MNREGA scheme. The government did not include him. Since November 2016, he has not been included in any government welfare schemes or social security schemes. So it was helpless to thicken her guts in Latar’s house. He eventually died of starvation. The government has failed to protect the human rights of the victims. This is due to the incompetence of the government, ”the sand petition said. Also, how can such incidents happen in the future?

In view of this, the Congress has appealed for firm action against the culprits. Also in Birmitrapur under Sundargarh district by the police and senior officials. Police have so far arrested two people in connection with the alleged rape of a minor succeeded in doing. Demanding the immediate arrest of the other perpetrators along with an impartial investigation into the incident. Another petition has been filed by the Congress. The delegation included Nishikant Mishra, Jinesh Das, Ranjit Das, Amita Bishwal, Amiya Pandav, Manoj Sahu and Pradeep Mohapatra, among others.

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