Home Minister and the talks coordinator of the government Madhav Ghimire wrote a letter to the CPN-Maoist chairman Mohan Baidya to participate in the talks. The government also called upon the Front led by CPN-Maoist to come to the table to hold the Constituent Assembly election on November 19.
The government sent a letter to Mohan-Baidya led CPN-Maoist inviting them for unconditional talks after the party rejected the earlier plea of the government to sit for conditional talks.
“We have taken it positively, the letter sent by the government. We will come up with a decision after holding consultations with 32 other parties,” said CPN-Maoist spokesperson Pampha Bhuisal.
Earlier, the High Level Political Committee had also dispatched a letter to the CPN-Maoist asking them to sit for talks. Despite forming a five-member talks panel under the leadership of their Chairman Mohan Baidya, CPN-Maoist has repeatedly rejected the idea of dialogue with the government or the HLPC.
However, the CPN-Maoist has ignored the repeated talk offers from the government. Recently, the party ruled out the talks with the government and the four-party high-level political committee (HLPC) and launched programs to obstruct the elections.
General Secretary Ram Bahadur Thapa had inaugurated the anti-poll campaigning in Kathmandu on July 25 by smashing a symbolic ballot box.
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