Maoist breakaway faction says talks with Nepal Govt irrelevant

A Maoist splinter group active in Terai region on Friday rejected the possibility of holding any dialogue with the Nepal government.

Kathmandu, Jan 19: A Maoist splinter group active in
Terai region on Friday rejected the possibility of holding any
dialogue with the Nepal government.

"There is no relevance in holding talks with the
government as it has used a policy of suppression in the name
of composite dialogue," central coordinator of the Janatantrik
Terai Mukti Morcha (JTMM), Jai Krishna Goit said in a
statement here.

The group has called a three-day bandh starting today in
eastern Terai, crippling life in many parts of the region.

The JTMM has also opposed the recently promulgated
interim constitution, saying it has failed to address the
cause of the Terai people.

Bureau Report

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