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MANGALDAI, Jan 7 - ULFA General Secretary Anup Chetia is not going to put pressure on ULFA (I) Commander in Chief (C-in-C) Paresh Baruah to come for dialogue with the Central Government.

Talking to mediapersons during his visit to Darrang today, Anup Chetia said that it is up to the C-in-C to decide himself whether to take part in the dialogue process, and in this regard Chetia will never put pressure on him.

In reply to questions from mediapersons regarding possibility of success in the ongoing dialogue process without Paresh Baruah, the ULFA general secretary observed that it will depend on the interest and sincerity of the Union Government and the efficiency and capacity of the pro-talk ULFA leaders.

Terming his meeting with Chief Minister Tarun Gogoi at his Koinadhora residence on Wednesday as totally non-political, the ULFA general secretary stated that during the meeting he discussed about the future of the ULFA cadres and problems in the designated camps of the ceasefire ULFA.

Regarding his future strategy, Chetia pointed out that he wants to reunite all ULFA cadres and set forth an agitation in a non-violent and democratic way, for which he appealed for public cooperation.

It may be mentioned here that during his first day-long visit to Darrang after he was released from Bangladesh jail, the ULFA general secretary today visited the designated camp of the ULFA�s �Madhya Mandal� at Byaspara Sipajhar, the residence of his accomplice Manoj @ Babul Goswami at Tengabari Mangaldai and also met the family members of the ULFA martyrs and a few prominent citizens of Mangaldai town. He was accompanied by his wife, son, his accomplice in Bangladesh jail Lakhi Goswami and Babul Goswami, pro-

talk ULFA leader Pranjit Saikia, among others.

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Chetia not to put pressure on Paresh Barua

MANGALDAI, Jan 7 - ULFA General Secretary Anup Chetia is not going to put pressure on ULFA (I) Commander in Chief (C-in-C) Paresh Baruah to come for dialogue with the Central Government.

Talking to mediapersons during his visit to Darrang today, Anup Chetia said that it is up to the C-in-C to decide himself whether to take part in the dialogue process, and in this regard Chetia will never put pressure on him.

In reply to questions from mediapersons regarding possibility of success in the ongoing dialogue process without Paresh Baruah, the ULFA general secretary observed that it will depend on the interest and sincerity of the Union Government and the efficiency and capacity of the pro-talk ULFA leaders.

Terming his meeting with Chief Minister Tarun Gogoi at his Koinadhora residence on Wednesday as totally non-political, the ULFA general secretary stated that during the meeting he discussed about the future of the ULFA cadres and problems in the designated camps of the ceasefire ULFA.

Regarding his future strategy, Chetia pointed out that he wants to reunite all ULFA cadres and set forth an agitation in a non-violent and democratic way, for which he appealed for public cooperation.

It may be mentioned here that during his first day-long visit to Darrang after he was released from Bangladesh jail, the ULFA general secretary today visited the designated camp of the ULFA�s �Madhya Mandal� at Byaspara Sipajhar, the residence of his accomplice Manoj @ Babul Goswami at Tengabari Mangaldai and also met the family members of the ULFA martyrs and a few prominent citizens of Mangaldai town. He was accompanied by his wife, son, his accomplice in Bangladesh jail Lakhi Goswami and Babul Goswami, pro-

talk ULFA leader Pranjit Saikia, among others.

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