MAHOTTARI: Chairman of the Sadbhawana Party, Rajendra Mahato, has said that he was not against talks.
Talking to mediapersons in Mahottari today, Mahato said that the agitating parties would sit for talks if the government created an environment conducive for the dialogues.
He said they were ready to hold talks with the government at any place of Madhes if curfew was lifted and the army men were called back.
Chairman Mahato expressed the view that bullet, curfew and prohibitory order could not resolve the existing problems.
On a different note, he warned of burning the new constitution as the new constitution to be brought discriminating them would not be acceptable.
The leader said that the Madhes agitation would continue until their rights were established.