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Gogoi hints at facilities for jailed ULFA leaders


The Assam government will provide all assistance to the jailed ULFA leaders if they come forward for talks. Announcing this Assam Chief Minister Tarun Gogoi said on Saturday that these facilities would be within provisions of law to enable them to take a formal decision.


Gogoi said the government has received a letter so far from an ULFA leader showing interest to hold talk. "But we Paresh Barua to come to the table," said the Chief Minister.


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