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ULFA anti-talks faction threatens fresh strikes


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From Our Correspondent

 Guwahati: The anti-talks faction of the outlawed ULFA on Tuesday issued fresh threat to target security personnel, corrupt politicians from ‘Indian’ political parties, black marketers , companies and business houses exploiting resources of Assam.

It has called upon the general people to keep a distance from all these persons and organisations so that their lives were not in peril in case of any offensive launched by the outfit.

In an emailed statement to the media here, ULFA’s ‘publicity secretary’ Arunudoy Dohotia warned of the attacks on specific people, including security agencies and politicians. It also threatened of violence against corrupt personnel, black marketers and multi-national companies, among others.

The outfit, in the email, asked the general public to be on alert and avoid being near the specified targets to ensure minimal ‘civilian casualty’.

It asked the people not to travel in vehicles of Indian security forces, politicians and go near their stations and residences.

It also warned people against coming close to companies exploiting Assam’s resources, corrupt officials and black marketers.


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