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Lalgarh - Not received concrete proposal for talks: PSBJC

While reaffirming its willingness to sit for talks with the Centre, the Maoist-backed Police Santrash Birodhi Janasadharaner Committee (PSBJC) on Sunday said it had not received any “concrete proposal” for discussions.

“Union Home Minister P. Chidambaram came here and said he was ready for dialogue with the PSBJC, but he didn't give any proposal on how these talks will be conducted or structured,” PSBJC spokesman Asit Mahato told The Hindu over telephone.

“We are not a government, we are common people. Let the government give a concrete proposal so that dialogue can take place,” Mr. Mahato said on the fourth day of an indefinite bandh called by the PSBJC to protest against violence allegedly perpetrated by CPI(M) cadres.

(The Hindu, 11th April)