Wednesday, November 22, 2006

AG vows to recommend actions against oppressors

The Attorney General (AG) has assured that he will recommend actions based on law against all the oppressors named in the report submitted by the High Level Probe Commission.

Yagya Murti Banjade, the AG of the country, informed that legal processes will be initiated against the named culprits.

He said that the processes will start after the report is made public. The report was submitted to the Prime Minister Girija Prasad Koirala, on Monday, by its chairman former judge of Supreme Court (SC) Krishna Jung Rayamajhi.

The Commission had been formed more than six months ago to probe the allegations of repression against People's Movement. The 1184-pages long report has pointed out 202 persons as guilty of oppression. They include then Chairman of Council of Ministers King Gyanendra, his ministers, senior government officials, security heads, administrators and so on.

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