April 11 2012
The Nepalese government has decided to turn the maintenance of security of Maoist cantonments throughout Nepal to the army and police, reports the Himalayan (Kathmandu).
The army will be responsible for providing security at Communist Party of Nepal-Maoist (CPN-M) cantonments as well as the weapons stored there, according to the special committee for supervision, integration and rehabilitation of Maoist cantonments.
Twelve camps will be handed over to the army and three to...
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