Respected Leader Comrade Jhala Nath Khanal Attends Human Rights Conference in BangladeshPosted on
Former Prime Minister and Chief of the International Department Comrade Jhala Nath Khanal participated as the chief guest in the “Situation of Human Rights in Bangladesh According to International Standards” conference organized by the SAARC Human Rights Foundation in Dhaka. During the three-day visit, he was accompanied by his wife, Rabi Lakshmi Chitrakar, party central committee member Taj Mohammad Miya, and Secretary of the party’s International Department, Dr. Shankar Khatiwada.
Former Prime Minister Khanal was received at the Dhaka Hazrat Shah Jalal International Airport by Nepalese Ambassador to Bangladesh Ghanshyam Bhandari and Mohammad Abed Ali, Secretary General of the Human Rights Foundation, on behalf of the organizers.
On the first day of his visit, respected leader Khanal attended an interaction and press conference at the office of the Central Election Commission in Dhaka. In the evening, the Nepalese delegation participated in a dinner organized by the Nepalese Embassy in Dhaka.
On the second day, former PM Khanal addressed the “Human Rights Conference-23” as the chief guest and honored various people on behalf of the Human Rights Foundation. He also participated in an observation tour of the Padma Bridge. In the evening, he again attended a dinner organized by the Nepal Army at the Nepalese Embassy in Dhaka.
On the final day of his visit, respected leader Khanal engaged in discussions with representatives of various political parties, such as the Islamic Andalan, the Islamic Front, and the Bangladesh Islamic Front, in the upcoming 12th National Parliament Election and the invitation of foreign observers. He also held a courtesy meeting with the deputy leader of the opposition in the national parliament to discuss bilateral interests and the current political issues in South Asia.
Former Prime Minister Jhala Nath Khanal’s visit to Bangladesh highlighted the importance of addressing human rights issues in South Asia and fostering mutual interests and bilateral relations between countries in the region. After the three-day visit, the Nepalese delegation returned to Kathmandu.