WB Cong welcomes Mamata as mediator for peace talks

The West Bengal Congress today welcomed Trinamool Congress chief Mamata Banerjee as a mediator in the peace talks with the Maoists.

Kolkata: The West Bengal Congress today
welcomed Trinamool Congress chief Mamata Banerjee as a
mediator in the peace talks with the Maoists.

"I have no objection to accept Mamata Banerjee as
mediator in talks with the Maoists for peace process," WBPCC
president Manas Bhuniya told reporters to a question about
Maoist leader Kishenji`s offer to Banerjee to mediate in the
peace process.

"However the entire process depends on the opinion of
the Centre and the state government," Bhuniya said.

Condemning killing and bloodbath in `jungle mahal`,
Bhuniya said that such inhuman acts should be stopped
immediately.

"Killing and bloodbath should come to an end and
people should be allowed to live in peace," the Congress
leader said.

PTI

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