Tuesday, May 02, 2006

CPI wants India to release Maoist leaders

NEW DELHI: The Communist Party of India on Sunday said India should consider extending economic assistance to Nepal on the request of the new Government as also the release of Nepali Maoist leaders who were imprisoned in the country.

``If the new Nepal Government appeals to India, our Government should take positive steps to free the 60-70 Maoist leaders as it would further cement ties between the two countries,'' party leader Atul Kumar Anjaan said here.

Mr. Anjaan said the CPI and other parties would take up these issues with the Government here.

CPI wants India to release Maoist leaders
(The Hindu)

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