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Nepal government lifts ban on Chand led Maoist group

On Thursday morning itself, the talks team had forged a three-point agreement, thereby paving way for lifting the ban on Chand-led group.
(After the talks between the Government of Nepal and the Communist Party of Nepal led by Netra Bikram Chand (Biplava), Home Minister Ram Bahadur Thapa signed a three-point agreement on behalf of the government and Khadga Bahadur Vishwakarma on behalf of the Chand group. Kathmandu, 4 March 2021. Photo courtesy: PM’s Private Secretariat)

KATHMANDU: The government has lifted the ban on NCP led by Chand group. The meeting of the Council of Ministers held today at Prime Minister’s residence in Baluwatar took this decision.
Minister for Communications and Information Technology Parbat Gurung said the government thanked the talks team. He argued that with the fruitful dialogue with the group involved in violent activities, the government has achieved success to make Nepal peaceful. On Thursday morning itself, the talks team had forged a three-point agreement, thereby paving way for lifting the ban on Chand-led group.
The agreement was signed by government talk team coordinator and Home Minister Ram Bahadur Thapa and by Khadga Bahadur Bishwokarma, talk team coordinator from Chand group. After the agreement, the Chand-led group would conduct all activities in peaceful manner. Similarly, all the captives of Chand group would be released and the cases against them scrapped. The detailed information about the agreement would be shared amidst a programme on Friday afternoon.

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