Indian government declines talks with Maoist revolt

May 28, 2013 18:29
Indian government declines talks with Maoist revolt

The Indian government on Tuesday ruled out peace talks with Maoist revolt who killed 24 people in a daring attack over the weekend in an eastern state.

Furthermore, Indian Junior Home Minister RPN Singh explained that the government had offered to hold talks with the revolutionary in the past, on the contrary no one came forward.

The Maoists in preference demanded that the government first withdraw thousands of paramilitary soldiers have been spread out to fight the revolt in a number of states.

At the conclusion, Singh told the CNN-IBN television news channel that the time for talking is over!

(AW:Samrat Biswas)

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