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No talks with NDFB's anti-talks faction: Pillai

By The Assam Tribune

SHILLONG, June 4 (PTI) - The government today ruled out talks with the anti-talk faction of the NDFB and said the charges against its jailed chief Ranjan Daimary will be taken to its "logical conclusion".

Talking to reporters, Union Home Secretary GK Pillai said NDFB chief Ranjan Daimary faces several charges for terrorist offences and "the charges will be carried forward to their logical conclusion.

"We are having a dialogue with the pro-talks groups.

The anti-talks faction has not indicated any steps for a dialogue."

He said negotiations with the pro-talks groups will continue.

Daimary was handed over to India by Bangladesh authorities last month.

Pillai also said there was evidence of Maoists trying to establish links with insurgent groups here.

"We have evidence that the Maoists have come to the North-east and tried to establish links with the groups here.

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No talks with NDFB

SHILLONG, June 4 (PTI) - The government today ruled out talks with the anti-talk faction of the NDFB and said the charges against its jailed chief Ranjan Daimary will be taken to its "logical conclusion".

Talking to reporters, Union Home Secretary GK Pillai said NDFB chief Ranjan Daimary faces several charges for terrorist offences and "the charges will be carried forward to their logical conclusion.

"We are having a dialogue with the pro-talks groups.

The anti-talks faction has not indicated any steps for a dialogue."

He said negotiations with the pro-talks groups will continue.

Daimary was handed over to India by Bangladesh authorities last month.

Pillai also said there was evidence of Maoists trying to establish links with insurgent groups here.

"We have evidence that the Maoists have come to the North-east and tried to establish links with the groups here.