Koirala Govt re-invites terai outfits for talksMarch 28th, 2008 - 9:34 pm ICT by admin
Kathmandu, Mar 28 (ANI): The Girija Prasad Government on Friday urged the four armed outfits of Terai to come forward for peace talks without proposing any pre-condition.
In a letter sent to the rebel groups on Friday, the peace talks team of the ruling seven party alliance has said that their demands would be looked, but only at the negotiation table.
The four armed outfits - Samyukta Janatantrik Terai Mukti Morcha, Terai Cobra, Madhesi Mukti Tigers and Janatantrik Terai Mukti Morcha - had earlier agreed to hold talks with the government but later demanded that their cadres detained by the government be released first.
The Nepalese Government team has also asked the armed groups to produce their demand list.
According to nepalnews.com, Peace and Reconstruction Minister Ram Chandra Poudel, head of the government talks team, met with Prime Minister Girija Prasad Koirala to update him about the progress on the talks. (ANI)
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