MORIGAON, June 20 � ULFA chairman Arabinda Rajkhowa today sounded optimistic about the proposed peace talks with the Centre, and said that the talks would usher in peace and progress in the State.
Rajkhowa who was addressing a public meet to felicitate family members of martyrs at Boghora near Charon Beel, said that he had no information about the untraced ULFA leaders and cadres during the Bhutan operation of 2004. �Only the Centre would be able to disclose the information after the talks,� he added.
Rajkhowa further said that hectic correspondence was going on to include the outfit�s �c-in-c� Paresh Baruah in the dialogue. He expressed confidence that the anti-talk faction would also join the peace process.