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AISC meet inconclusive

A soldier of Nepal's People's Liberation Army (PLA) walks in front of a Maoist camp at Shaktikhor cantonment in Chitwan, about 160 km (99 miles) south of Kathmandu, February 3, 2012. The first group of the 7,365 former Maoist rebels who opted for voluntary retirement instead of being integrated into the Nepali security forces were discharged on Friday. REUTERS/Navesh Chitrakar

KATHMANDU: A meeting of Army Integration Special Committee (AISC) on Friday remained inconclusive after members from Nepali Congress and CPN UML reiterated to most of the propositions made by the Prime Minister in his recent integration proposal.
CPN UML leader and member of the committee Bhim Rawal said that the meeting remained inconclusive though it dwelt on issues related to rank harmonization, post fulfillment, process of PLA induction and the structure of the proposed Directorate under the Nepal Army.
Rawal claimed that they (NC members also) had ruled out the possibility of obliging to propositions that stood against the seven-point agreement to the PM during the meeting.
The next meeting is called for Sunday, he informed.

Published Date: Friday, March 16th, 2012 | 06:59 PM

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