Kathmandu, May 11: The talks team, which have representing the group of Far-west movement and has been demonstrating for last two weeks demanding the undivided Far-west, has arrived in Kathmandu on Friday evening.
According to Hemanta Regmi, a member of the team and the Co-coordinator of Civil Movement Committee, Dhangadhi, the team will sit for talks with the government on Saturday.
He warned of continuing the banda if the talks with the government did not take a positive mode. He added that the banda will be called back only after the government becomes ready to address their demands.
The government had already formed a three-member team led by Deputy Prime Minister Krishna Sitaula for the talks.
The group has called Far-west banda for the last 15 days demanding undivided Far-west and the talks team representing the group arrived in the capital city after the government called the group for a dialogue.