Nepalese peoples war

The Nepalese Civil War was a conflict that took place in Nepal from 1996 to 2006. It was a armed conflict between the government of Nepal and the Communist Party of Nepal (Maoist), which sought to overthrow the government and establish a communist state in Nepal.

The civil war had a devastating impact on Nepal, and it resulted in the deaths of thousands of people, including civilians, soldiers, and rebels. It also disrupted the country’s economy and caused widespread damage to infrastructure and homes.

The civil war had a particularly severe impact on the lives of women and children, who were often caught in the crossfire or recruited as child soldiers. The conflict also displaced thousands of people from their homes, and many were forced to flee to camps for internally displaced people.

The Nepalese Civil War ended in 2006 with the signing of the Comprehensive Peace Accord, which established a framework for a peaceful resolution of the conflict. However, the legacy of the civil war is still felt in Nepal today, and the country continues to face challenges as it rebuilds and recovers from the conflict.