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ULFA section declares ceasefire

ULFA leader Mrinal Hazarika addressing the media in a press conference organised under the 28th Battalion of ULFA at a ULFA camp on 26-06-08. The A and C companies of powerful 28th battalion of the ULFA declared an Unilateral Ceasefire few days back.

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Nanda Kirati Dewan's picture

Welcome Heroes to the Mainstream.... Govt. of Assam should take proper care of their safety and re-establishment.
Pallavi Barua's picture

Re-establishment by the Govt. of Assam...? Why.....don't these people have hands and legs and eyes, and brains ? Outsiders working in the State are establishing themselves all by themselves.... why does the Assamese always need a crutch called 'Government'?
Raktim Baruah's picture

This can not be considered as ultimate solution. Like present Tarun Gogoi late Hiteswar Saikia also tried to break down the out-fit but ultimate result is zero.
Nanda Kirati Dewan's picture

Security is the main cause behind their self reestablishment.... Provided security for a noble cause I too agree they need to established as they have shattered lives of many and even try to reconcile by helping administration and the people at large and become social.

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