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ULFA peace process set to resume

After a huge gap peace initiative with United Liberation Front of Asom is set to move fresh. Newly appointed peace interlocutor Dineswar Sarma hunkered down with a team of pro talk rebel leaders in Guwahati on Wednesday.

Sarma, who earlier served as inspector general of police in the state had a close door meeting with the ULFA delegation led by Anup Chetia where both sides agreed to carry forward the peace process to find out a solution to the decade old conflict.

Sarma, who replaced PC Haldar recently hoped that the solution is not far provided help and cooperation ate received from the stakeholders.

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