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30 anti-talk ULFA cadres sneak in from Myanmar

By CORRESPONDENT

SONARI, May 20 � At least 30 hardcore cadres of ULFA�s anti-talk faction led by Paresh Baruah, under the leadership of self-styed 2nd lieutenants Pradip Gogoi alias Aaka and Tibrajyoti Baruah and sergeant major Muhim Baruah entered Sivasagar district from Myanmar through Waksing Basti of Nagaland along Assam Nagaland border of Charaideo sub-division recently.

The cadres possess rifles of AK series, rocket launchers, sophisticated arms like �81� and E-66-informed sources. The group has already started their organisational activities in upper Assam at the direction of Paresh Baruah.

According to sources, members of the group are currently engaged in extortion, fresh recruitment and are even ready to start operation against the �anti-revolutionary� group after undergoing training at Taga military camp of ULFA situated in Myanmar.

The 30-member group has been trying to enter nearby Tinsukia, Dibrugarh and Lakhimpur districts for organisational purposes and for secure shelter.

The activities of the group will be controlled by �MMHQ� (mobile military head quarters). Self-styed major Jeevan Moran is in charge of MMHQ. At least two youths from tea tribes and three Nepali youths of Charaideo sub-division recently joined the ULFA in presence of its 2nd lieutenant Pradip Gogoi.

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30 anti-talk ULFA cadres sneak in from Myanmar

SONARI, May 20 � At least 30 hardcore cadres of ULFA�s anti-talk faction led by Paresh Baruah, under the leadership of self-styed 2nd lieutenants Pradip Gogoi alias Aaka and Tibrajyoti Baruah and sergeant major Muhim Baruah entered Sivasagar district from Myanmar through Waksing Basti of Nagaland along Assam Nagaland border of Charaideo sub-division recently.

The cadres possess rifles of AK series, rocket launchers, sophisticated arms like �81� and E-66-informed sources. The group has already started their organisational activities in upper Assam at the direction of Paresh Baruah.

According to sources, members of the group are currently engaged in extortion, fresh recruitment and are even ready to start operation against the �anti-revolutionary� group after undergoing training at Taga military camp of ULFA situated in Myanmar.

The 30-member group has been trying to enter nearby Tinsukia, Dibrugarh and Lakhimpur districts for organisational purposes and for secure shelter.

The activities of the group will be controlled by �MMHQ� (mobile military head quarters). Self-styed major Jeevan Moran is in charge of MMHQ. At least two youths from tea tribes and three Nepali youths of Charaideo sub-division recently joined the ULFA in presence of its 2nd lieutenant Pradip Gogoi.