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ULFA-I warns Assam Police of dire consequences for harassing youths

By The Assam Tribune
ULFA-I warns Assam Police of dire consequences for harassing youths
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Guwahati, April 12: The United Liberation Front of Asom (Independent) (ULFA-I) has warned the Assam Police of dire consequences for harassing youths of the State 'physically and mentally' in the context of having any involvement with the group.

The outfit issued the caveat following the arrest of Bhargav Gogoi from Dibrugarh. The Assam Police arrested Gogoi on April 9 on the allegation of being a linkman to ULFA-I and recruiting new cadres for the outfit.

As per police, Gogoi reportedly maintained contact with ULFA-I Chief Abhijit Gogoi alias Aiseng Asom and was hiring new cadres for the organisation.

In a statement issued by the publicity wing of the outfit, it had said that Gogoi was arrested just because he is a relative of an active member of the outfit.

Denying any recruitment drive carried out by Gogoi, the ULFA-I clarified that he has no connection with the group, "We challenge the Assam Police to prove Gogoi's association with the organisation," the statement read.

The outfit also alleged that the police is arresting innocent youths of the State for their personal benefits.

While condemning the actions of the police, the group maintained that people from all walks of life are joining the group because they believe in the cause of sovereignty

"The youths are being falsely framed and harassed, we warn of dire consequences against those involved in such tactics" added the statement.

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ULFA-I warns Assam Police of dire consequences for harassing youths

Guwahati, April 12: The United Liberation Front of Asom (Independent) (ULFA-I) has warned the Assam Police of dire consequences for harassing youths of the State 'physically and mentally' in the context of having any involvement with the group.

The outfit issued the caveat following the arrest of Bhargav Gogoi from Dibrugarh. The Assam Police arrested Gogoi on April 9 on the allegation of being a linkman to ULFA-I and recruiting new cadres for the outfit.

As per police, Gogoi reportedly maintained contact with ULFA-I Chief Abhijit Gogoi alias Aiseng Asom and was hiring new cadres for the organisation.

In a statement issued by the publicity wing of the outfit, it had said that Gogoi was arrested just because he is a relative of an active member of the outfit.

Denying any recruitment drive carried out by Gogoi, the ULFA-I clarified that he has no connection with the group, "We challenge the Assam Police to prove Gogoi's association with the organisation," the statement read.

The outfit also alleged that the police is arresting innocent youths of the State for their personal benefits.

While condemning the actions of the police, the group maintained that people from all walks of life are joining the group because they believe in the cause of sovereignty

"The youths are being falsely framed and harassed, we warn of dire consequences against those involved in such tactics" added the statement.