“They turned me into a living corpse”: For victims of the Maoist insurgency, no justice and no peace

Over 13 years after the peace agreement, transitional justice process has largely been held hostage to partisan interests, with both the political parties and Army playing for time.
Dharma Dasni Tharu from Kothiyaghat in Bardiya holds up a photo of her husband Durga Prasad who was killed by the Nepal Army on November 15, 2002. Binod Ghimire/TKP
Binod Ghimire
Published at : December 13, 2019
Updated at : December 13, 2019 20:35

Binod Ghimire

Binod Ghimire covers parliamentary affairs and human rights for The Kathmandu Post. Since joining the Post in 2010, he has reported primarily on social issues, focusing on education and transitional justice.