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Govt. willing to offer red carpet to ‘Biplav’: Banskota


14 March 2019  

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KATHMANDU: The government is ready to offer, Netra Bikram Chand aka ‘Biplav,’ a red carpet welcome if he renounces violence and choses to resolve his issues through a dialogue, said Gokul Banskota, the minister for Information and Technology.

The minister was addressing the press in terms of briefing the decisions taken by the cabinet on Tuesday evening.

“People in the country do not have the strength to suffer the consequences of armed violence again,” said the minister.

The minister said that the government had fulfilled its responsibilities and duties by imposing a ban on the ‘Biplav’ led Nepal Communist Party (NCP).

The minister also informed of the cabinet decision that prohibits commoners to possess arm. Those possessing arms are required to hand it over to the government within 35 days of the notice issued.

The cabinet took the decision following the arrest of ‘Biplav’ cadres with arms in various parts of the country.

To those who fail to surrender arms within the stipulated time, the government will declare them ‘criminals and destructive’ and initiate action accordingly, informed the minister.

Publish Date : 14 March 2019 18:15 PM

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