RAJBIRAJ: Joint Ethnic Regional Front, which has long been operating underground outfit activities, has shown intent to come to peaceful political mainstream.
Front Spokesperson and talks team coordinator Prabash told journalists over phone that they are eager to join peaceful politics if environment was made conducive for this.
‘Though the Front is positive to the government’s call for dialogue, the government itself is not willing to sit for talks’, he accused.
‘We are ready to join peace politics by holding dialogue but the government should be clear first’, he said, stressing the need to form a national unity government comprising all aides and parties in the current context.
The Front has been involved in detonating bombs in different parts of the country. RSS
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