GOLAKGANJ, June 1 � A day-long conference of the All Assam Ex-ULFA Co-ordination Committee, Dhubri district was held at the Dhubri district library recently.
At the begining of the conference, Sushil Chandra Roy, president, Dhubri district committee hoisted the flag. Later on Sonti Saikia, advisor, paid tributes to the martyrs.
The conference discussed their organisation-related measures. An open session started at 1 pm which was presided over by Sushil Chandra Roy, president, Dhubri district committee.
Bijoy Hazarika, general secretary of All Assam Ex-ULFA Co-ordination Committee, expressed his views that 7,642 numbers of surrendered ULFA had joined the mainstream with a hope of getting help and cooperation from the government since 1998 to March 31, 2005 but no package was forwarded by the Government for their rehabilitation.
As a result these huge number of the surrendered group are facing various problems in taking care of their livelihood as the Government has not taken any initiative in arranging their earning so that they could have been able to look after themselves and their family members.
A memorandum containing eight demands such as arrangements of income source for the surrenderees, facilities of getting financial loans, Government�s sincere steps for the development for each and every district of Assam, among others have been forwarded to the President of India, Union Home Minister, Chief Minister of Assam through Kumud Kalita, Deputy Commissioner, Dhubri. Bhaskar Kalita, president of Ex-ULFA Coordination Committee, Suren Das, Karna Roy, Dipu Sharma also spoke on the occasion.