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TRIPARTITE MEETING
Store all Maoist weapons at Shaktikhor, hand over key to Special Committee before May 28: UML

KOSH RAJ KOIRALA
KATHMANDU, May 27: A meeting of top leaders of the three major political parties – UCPN (Maoist), Nepali Congress and CPN-UML – held at the prime minister’s official residence at Baluwatar on Thursday also ended inconclusively as the parties continued to disagree on the handover of Maoist weapons.

The leaders have, however, agreed to meet yet again on Friday to try to explore common ground on weapons handover and extension of the CA term that expires on May 28, Saturday.

At today’s six-hour-long meeting, UML leaders floated a proposal to amass all the Maoist arms, put them in containers at the Shaktikhor cantonment and hand over the keys to the Special Committee. [More]


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