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Ban on six Maoists organizations extended

Government ready for talks if they lay down arms

Hyderabad, August 1, 2007

The State Government has extended the ban on six front organizations of Maoists by another year with effective from August 16, 2007. Incidentally, the government made it clear to have talks with them if they laid down arms. The State Cabinet at its meeting on Wednesday has taken the decision to continue the ban.

The ban extended organizations are Radical Youth League, Rythu Coolie Sangham, Radical Student's Union, Singareni Karmika Samakhya, Viplava Karmika Samakhya and the All India Revolutionary Student's Federation.

Speaking to media, the Minister for Information, A Ramnarayan Reddy said that the bank on these organizations had been imposed earlier to ensure maintenance of law and order situation in the State and extended every year after reviewing their activities. He said that the Government is ready to have talks with the extremist groups subject to the condition that they laid down arms and eschewed violence.

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