Social inequalities such as all kinds of discriminations in terms of religions, races, genders, classes, castes, origins, languages and traditions are punishable under law because such practices do not promote progress and prosperity in the society.
The Interim Constitution of Nepal 2072 (2015) has guaranteed right to everyone. There will not be any discrimination against any citizens in discharging the general laws. The state shall not discriminate among citizens on grounds of origin, sex, gender, race, age, sexual orientation, origin, caste or class, income or property, language, religion, convictions, opinions, health etc.
Discriminatory practices of different kinds should be discouraged because such practices do not promote progress and prosperity in the society. Such practices hinder the growth of personality, affect moral health of the community and retards the development of the whole nation.
Social equality means the isolated group having the same status in certain respects, civil rights, freedom of speech and equal access to social goods and services.
The thing that needs to be done in order to complete something is known as discharging.
The behaviour which is intended to trouble or annoy someone is called harassment.
Social equality in a society is the social state of affairs whereby all the people in the society have equal rights under the law, including right to vote, physical security, freedom of speech and assembly, and the right to own property and to protect it.