Nepalese Maoists admit 'cooperation' with Indian Naxals



Admitting that exchanges exist between the Maoists and the Naxals in India, a senior Standing Committee member of the UCPN-M CP Gajurel was quoted on Tuesday by Rajdhani daily as saying, "We have extended our full support and cooperation to the Indian Maoists, who are launching armed revolt." Talking to pro-Maoist journalists in Bara district of southern Nepal on Sunday. Gajurel, however, did not elaborate on what type of support they have extended to the Naxals.

Chidambaram had recently mentioned about the possible supply of arms from Nepalese Maoists to the Naxals in India. The same newspaper had earlier carried a report that a Maoist leader had met Indian Maoist leader Kishenji at an undisclosed place in October. However, when contacted for his comment avoiding direct answer Gajurel told reporters that his party did not oppose the movement being launched by the Indian Maoists. "They are doing what they think is right," he said. "The Maoists are launching their movement in India and we are launching ours here, there is no need to oppose the movement launched by them", he pointed out.

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