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'Govt-states to hold talks on SC order on anti-naxal ops'

In the wake of the Supreme Court order on disarming the special police officers (SPOs) in Chhattishgarh, the Centre will soon hold a meeting with the chief ministers of states facing the Left-wing extremism to discuss the impact of the judgment on the anti-Naxal operations.

delhi Updated: Jul 07, 2011 01:01 IST
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In the wake of the Supreme Court order on disarming the special police officers (SPOs) in Chhattishgarh, the Centre will soon hold a meeting with the chief ministers of states facing the Left-wing extremism to discuss the impact of the judgment on the anti-Naxal operations.

Home minister P Chidambaram on Wednesday said the SC has asked for a compliance report from the Centre and the Chhattisgarh government with in six weeks.

There are some areas in the judgment which are to be read carefully, he said, adding that he will have to discuss it with the CMs concerned.

Chidambaram was addressing his monthly press conference wherein he elaborated the home ministry’s response on other issues as well.

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