By Our Reporter
SHILLONG: The growing enmity between the GNLA and the ANVC came to the fore once again with the latter warning the former against assisting Assam-based outfits – anti-talks factions of NDFB and ULFA – in expanding their activities in Garo Hills.
In a statement issued here on Tuesday, ANVC spokesperson Torik Jangning Marak said, “If NBFB and ULFA do not go back, the outfit may have to take a decision which would mean a heavy price on our own brethren.”
Rivalry of the ANVC, currently under truce with the government, with the GNLA grew after the latter shot dead one mentally deranged person close to the liaison office housing ANVC militants at Kusimkolgre locality of Williamnagar town recently.
“Do not sell out our land to these people who means nothing more than power and money,” Marak added in the statement.
The ANVC warned that it is even ready to reveal all the names in database who are helping and even sponsoring the movement of Assam-based militant outfits in the State.
“The list includes even names that are least expected to be there and they are providing shelter, transporting them and even sponsoring money to acquire arms,” the ANVC added.
The NDFB is accused of assisting the GNLA in an ambush where three cops were killed recently. The NDFB presence in Garo Hills was revealed further when the outfit’s general secretary Dijn Dhigwra Narzary and his bodyguard Bwidha were killed in an encounter recently.
The ANVC leader alleged that more ULFA cadres have been sighted in Ampati area besides some NDFB cadres seen between Gasupara and Dalu.
“The ANVC Intelligence wing will be cooperating in sharing information on movement of NDFB and ULFA which may possibly include the members of GNLA in the three districts of Garo Hills and even across the border,” the statement said.