Discussions between the government and the rebel group are positive

Discussions between the government and the rebel group are positive



2 October, Kathmandu. The government and the Communist Party of Nepal (CPN) led by leader Bikram Chand ‘Biplav’ have had positive discussions on the implementation of the three-point agreement.

Attorney General Khamma Bahadur Khati, Secretary of the Ministry of Law, Justice and Parliamentary Affairs Uday Raj Sapkota and CPN (Maoist) spokesperson Khadka Bahadur Vishwakarma participated in the discussion initiated by Home Minister Bal Krishna Khan.

During discussions in the Home Ministry, it was agreed that the final list would be prepared after examining the progress made so far in the list submitted by both the parties on the status of cases against the leaders and cadres of the rebel group. .

Home Secretary Teknarayan Pandey said that on the basis of the final list prepared, the remaining issues will be discussed in the next meeting.

CPN (Maoist) spokesperson Prakand also said that talks with the Home Minister have progressed positively. He had earlier said that the government has a lot of work to do. We have to work too. Since both the sides are positive, let us hope that this ends in the next meeting.’

Home Minister Khan held discussions with Law, Justice and Parliamentary Affairs Minister Dilendra Prasad Badu, Attorney General Khati and others for implementation of the pact with CPN (Maoist).

The government led by the then Prime Minister KP Sharma Oli had signed a three-point agreement with the Biplav group on 20 February 2077.

The rebel group has complained that the jailed party leaders and workers have been released as per the agreement and the case has not been dismissed. After the formation of the new government under the leadership of Sher Bahadur Deuba, the Biplav group had called upon the leaders of all parties to implement the agreement.


Source: OnlineKhabar