The Maoist negotiators on Saturday suspended all talks between the state govt and the Naxals after a BJD MLA was abducted.
Meanwhile, the Naxal faction that abducted the two Italian tourists has demanded action on its 13-point wish list.
The Congress leader said the Opposition was never allowed to raise any issue during the question hour.
Police have conformed to CNN-IBN that the Maoists faction responsible for the abducted is different from the one which took the Italians hostage.
Chief Minister Naveen Patnaik has, meanwhile, decided to send two ministers for negotiating and securing BJD MLA's release.
During their telephonic talk, the Home Minister asked the Chief Minister whether he needed any assistance.
BJD govt hand in glove with Maoists in Odisha : OppositionThe Congress and BJP accused the government of pushing Odisha into anarchy by ignoring Centre's advices.
Meanwhile, Patnaik has said that negotiations for the release of two Italian hostages will continue with Maoist interlocutors.
Already two rounds of negotiations have been held, but the two Italians remain in captivity.
The second round of negotiations between the government and the Maoists to free the two Italians are set to resume on Friday.
LK Advani termed it as a serious issue and lamented a lack of communication between the central government and the state government.
The Naxals have now asked the government to make jailed Maoists Amit Baghci or Kobad Gandhi a negotiator.
Sri Sri Ravi Shankar said Naxal-affected areas need reforms and education and spirituality can play a crucial role.
Naxals demanded that Maoist sympathisers including Sabyasachi Panda's wife Subhasree Panda be freed.
The Italian hostage Claudio Colangelo who is reportedly ill might be handed over to a select group of journalists.
Maoists on Wednesday offered to release one of the two abducted Italians in Odisha, if govt accepted some of their 13 demands.
Meanwhile, both SM Krishna and P Chidambaram have denied Odisha Chief Minister's accusations that the Centre was slow to respond to the hostage situation.
The Home Minister said that the Odisha Chief Minister had not sought any help from the Centre.
Kapil Sibal was reacting to Sri Sri Ravi Shankar's comment that government schools were a breeding ground for Naxals
Maoist leader made a fresh offer in an audio tape demanding the government meets four of the 13 demands.
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