Thursday, June 17, 2004

the first rule of kannadiga liberation army?

do not date telugu girls:

Maoist rebels in the southern Indian state of Andhra Pradesh have responded positively to last week's invitation by the state government for peace talks.

But the outlawed People's War Group (PWG) insisted that the government should first declare a ceasefire.
Our correspondent says ceasefire demands have often been made by the PWG, and the state government has frequently avoided replying to them.

The state home minister argues that a ceasefire is normally only declared in the case of a war between two sovereign countries.

Mr Reddy said that for all practical purposes there had been no fighting between the two sides for some time.
It is estimated that the Maoist insurgency and counter-violence by the police during the last 30 years has claimed more than 6,000 lives.

why the fuck is there an armed communist rebellion in a country that has multiple communist parties in their government?


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