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AISC team off to cantonments for final regrouping


KATHMANDU: The Army Integration Special Committee has deployed its Secretariat members to the various camps where the Maoist former combatants have been kept for their regrouping.

This move comes after the major political parties agreed in principle to complete the works related to the army integration process by April 12 through the main Special Committee.

Accordingly, the Special Committee meeting decided to again give the choice to the combatants opting for integration and living in seven camps to choose between integration or voluntary retirement.

Convenor of the Special Committee Secretariat Balananda Sharma said teams comprising members of the Secretariat have been mobilized to the seven PLA camps for regrouping of the Maoist combatants .

The meeting of the Special Committee on April 4 had decided that the combatants opting for integration would be handed over to the Nepali Army, their arms would be brought under the control of the government and those combatants opting for voluntary retirement would be sent home. It also decided to mobilize the Secretariat members for carrying out this task.

The teams will reach the Chulachuli camp in Ilam, the Dudhauli camp in Sindhuli, the Shaktikhor camp in Chitwan, the Jhyaltungdanda camp in Nawalparasi,the Dahaban camp in Rolpa, the Dasrathpur camp in Surkhet and the Talband camp in Kailali for that purpose, it is learnt. RSS

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