Wednesday, February 21, 2024

ULFA gives its Chairman 3 months ultimatum to rejoin

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From Our Correspondent

Guwahati: The anti-talks faction of the outlawed United Liberation Front of Assam (ULFA) on Sunday made the ‘last’ call to its ‘chairman’ Arabinda Rajkhowa to come back to the fold of the parent outfit (unbound ULFA) and resume the responsibility of the ‘chairman’ by giving up the ‘unrealistic’ path of dialogue with Government of India to protect the identify of Assamese people without attaining ‘sovereignty’ for Assam.

Arabinda Rajkhowa is the leader of the pro-talks faction of the ULFA that is now engaged in dialogue with the Government of India.

The ULFA (anti-talks) led by its commander in chief Paresh Barua has given only three months time for Rajkhowa to respond to this all otherwise, the hawkish faction said, ‘someone suitable’ would be appointed in the position to carry forward the ‘fight of the ULFA to attain sovereignty’ of Assam.

In a statement issued to the media, the ULFA (anti-talks) assistant publicity secretary, Arunodoy Assam also called upon all those who were now with Arabinda Rajkhowa in pursuing ‘meaningless’ dialogue with Government of India that is not dealing at all with the outfit’s demand for ‘sovereignty of Assam’, to come back to continue with the struggle for ‘sovereignty of Assam’ that can’t be negotiable at all.

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