Title Nepal: 1. What is the relationship between Maoists and splinter groups in the Terai, particularly in the Butwal area? If an individual was an active member of the Maoists main group, would this protect you from recruitment/threats by smaller splinter groups? 2. Who are the most active groups in Butwal, particularly prior to August 2008 and now? When did these groups start? 3. Please provide a map of the area.
Publisher Australia: Refugee Review Tribunal
Publication Date 13 June 2012
Country Nepal
Topics Freedom of assembly and association | Political groups | Political parties | Political situation
Citation / Document Symbol NPL40328
Cite as Australia: Refugee Review Tribunal, Nepal: 1. What is the relationship between Maoists and splinter groups in the Terai, particularly in the Butwal area? If an individual was an active member of the Maoists main group, would this protect you from recruitment/threats by smaller splinter groups? 2. Who are the most active groups in Butwal, particularly prior to August 2008 and now? When did these groups start? 3. Please provide a map of the area. , 13 June 2012, NPL40328, available at: http://www.refworld.org/docid/5146fc112.html [accessed 20 September 2014]
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