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Text of report by Indian news agency PTI
Kolkata, 28 November: Renewing the call for dialogue, a Maoist leader Saturday [28 November] said the central [federal] and West Bengal (eastern state of India) governments should stop the anti-ultra operations in West Midnapore and begin talks to resolve the problem.
"At this moment, the people want a solution through dialogue," Maoist leader Bikash said.
He claimed that resistance was continuing since the central and state governments did not show willingness for peace by accepting demands for release of those arrested in West Midnapore.
The Maoist leader also said 'people's problems' would not be …