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Naxals allege ceasefire violation

By Our Staff Reporter

HYDERABAD, NOV. 4. The CPI (Maoist) and the CPI-ML (Janashakti) have asked the Government to explain what steps it was taking to continue creating a peaceful atmosphere and reduce tension in Warangal district after recent the exchange of fire.

In a statement today, the Maoist Secretary, Ramakrishna and Janashakti Secretary, Amar charged the Government with issuing provocative statements. They noted that the police had already launched massive combing operations in Warangal district after the Kamalapur incident in which a constable was killed. They alleged that with the ceasefire agreement is in force, the police were violating it and targeting other naxalite groups.

The naxalite leaders asked the police to stop combing operations and stop provoking the naxalites outfits. They said the Government should accept the request of CPUSI and Praja Pratighatana groups for an impartial enquiry into the Kamalapur incident by the monitoring committee.

Wrong signal

The Maoist and Janashakti leaders said the attitude of the Government in refusing permission for the Asifabad and anti-Pulichintala reservoir meetings was surprising.

They said the Chief Minister had sent the wrong signal by stating the second rounds of talks would be held only if the naxalite organisations dropped arms.

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