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Nepal: 1. What is the relationship between Maoists and splinter groups in the Terai, particularly in the Butwal area? If an individual was an active member of the Maoists main group, would this protect you from recruitment/threats by smaller splinter groups? 2. Who are the most active groups in Butwal, particularly prior to August 2008 and now? When did these groups start? 3. Please provide a map of the area.

13 June 2012 | Publisher: Australia: Refugee Review Tribunal | Document type: Query Responses

Nepal: 1. Please provide an update of NPL38704 on the treatment of RPP supporters by Maoists, in Kathmandu in particular. 2. Please provide information on the treatment of Hindus by Maoists.

27 April 2012 | Publisher: Australia: Refugee Review Tribunal | Document type: Query Responses

Nepal: 1. Please provide information as to whether the Young Communist League (YCL) seeks 'donations' from businesses in Nepal and, if so, is there reporting of the YCL requesting 'donations' by letter and/or engaging in extortion? 2. Deleted.

11 January 2012 | Publisher: Australia: Refugee Review Tribunal | Document type: Query Responses

Nepal: 1. Is there any available information indicating how active the RPP is currently? 2. Is there any available information indicating how active the RPP is in Myagdi? 3. Is there any available information as to whether the Maoists or the YCL are targeting RPP members or monarchists, and if so whether there are reports of RPP members being targeted in Myagdi? If there are reports, are they targeting ordinary members? 4. If RPP members are being targeted in Myagdi, are they being targeted in Kathmandu? 5. If RPP members are being targeted, what is the attitude of police and security forces to reports of incidents?

20 May 2011 | Publisher: Australia: Refugee Review Tribunal | Document type: Query Responses

Nepal: 1. Please provide information on the background, philosophy and history of the Maoists generally and their establishment and activities in Nepal, and in particular in Bakachol-9, Khotang, Nepal, and in particular Jhakribash. 2. Please provide information on the background, philosophy and history of the Young Communist League (YCL) in Nepal and in particular in Bakachol-9, Khotang, Nepal, and in particular Jhakribash. 3. Deleted. 4. Please provide information on whether the Maoists and/or Young Communist League (YCL) are in conflict or opposition with the Nepali Congress Party, and if so, whether there is violence directed towards members of the latter, and if so, is that directed to leaders/activists of the Nepali Congress Party or to the rank and file members as well. 5. Is there any report or information that suggests that the Maoists and YCL are stronger than the police and people report to YCL instead of going to the police? 6. Is there information to confirm or deny that the Maoists and YCL are responsible for abduction, kidnapping, rape, robbery, murder and shootouts and that mental harassment is a common activity of Maoists? 7. Deleted. 8. Please provide information on whether the Bakachol-9 district, Khotang, Nepal, and in particular Jhakribash is heavily affected by the Maoists insurgency which amongst other things recruited children under 16 for military training, abducted people with different views to their own and request money from them. 9. Is there information to suggest that Maoists in that area would force their way into the local village homes and stay as unwanted guests and be required to be provided with free accommodation, food and funds? 10. Deleted. 11. Deleted. 12. Deleted. 13. Please provide information on the reliability and effectiveness of the police service in Nepal and in particular its effectiveness in protecting Nepalese citizens against Maoists and the Young Communist League

28 March 2011 | Publisher: Australia: Refugee Review Tribunal | Document type: Query Responses

Nepal: 1. What percentage of the population is Christian in Nepal? Does this differ between Kathmandu and rural areas? 2. What is the treatment of Christians in Nepal by members of other religious groups? 3. Do the authorities respond adequately to sectarian problems/tensions? 4. Is there any record of Mormon activity (including proselytising missionaries) in Nepal? If so, how have they been treated?

9 March 2011 | Publisher: Australia: Refugee Review Tribunal | Document type: Query Responses

Nepal: 1. Is the practice of Christianity or any other religion legal in Nepal? 2. Is proselytizing legal in Nepal? 3. What is the Nepali government's attitude towards religion and religious practice in Nepal, in particular towards Christianity? 4. What is the attitude of Nepal's dominant religious groups, who are Hindus, towards other religious groups including Christian groups? 5. Do Hindu converts to another religion including Christianity face family, community and societal problems and, if yes, what is the nature of these problems? 6. What state protection would be afforded to Hindus who convert to Christianity who suffer any type of harm from Hindus, Hindu religious groups, family members, community and the society?

29 October 2010 | Publisher: Australia: Refugee Review Tribunal | Document type: Query Responses

Nepal: 1. Has there been any evidence of Maoist activity in Mehelkuna district, and in particular in Surkhet village in 2001? 2. Are members of the National Teachers Association of Nepal particular targets of Maoists? 3. Is there any information on the Nepal Maoists Victims Association - when was it established, membership, office holders, etc?

8 February 2010 | Publisher: Australia: Refugee Review Tribunal | Document type: Query Responses

Nepal: 1. Please provide a brief overview of Nepal-India dual citizenship and residence rights. 2. Please provide information on the Centre for Consolidation of Democracy in Nepal.

7 April 2009 | Publisher: Australia: Refugee Review Tribunal | Document type: Query Responses

Nepal: 1. Could you provide information on The Future of Federalism Conference held in Brisbane 1-12 July 2008 and on a group from Nepal which attended the Conference called Secretariat of Parliamentary Affairs.

5 March 2009 | Publisher: Australia: Refugee Review Tribunal | Document type: Query Responses

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