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Myanmar offensive against NE ultras

By Staff Reporter

GUWAHATI, Sept 8 � The Myanmar Army has launched an operation in the Taga area where most of the militant groups of North East including the United Liberation Front of Asom (ULFA)�s anti talk faction have their bases. But the hard line faction of the ULFA asserted that the efforts of the Government of India to finish off the outfit would never succeed. The ULFA also sent a photograph of Paresh Baruah along with the statement today.

Security sources said that the headquarter of the NSCN (K) is located in the Taga area and most other groups have strong bases in the area. However, it is not known whether Paresh Baruah is present in the area at this moment.

Meanwhile, in a release here, the publicity in charge of the ULFA�s hardliner group, Arunodoi Dohotiya said that the Government of India paid substantial amounts of money to the neighbouring countries to launch attack on the ULFA�s bases.

The release said that the Government of India gave financial assistance of Rs 20,000 crore to Myanmar along with weapons to take action against the �revolutionary groups�. The Government of India also promised Rs 100 crore more if Paresh Baruah can be killed within September, the ULFA alleged.

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Myanmar offensive against NE ultras

GUWAHATI, Sept 8 � The Myanmar Army has launched an operation in the Taga area where most of the militant groups of North East including the United Liberation Front of Asom (ULFA)�s anti talk faction have their bases. But the hard line faction of the ULFA asserted that the efforts of the Government of India to finish off the outfit would never succeed. The ULFA also sent a photograph of Paresh Baruah along with the statement today.

Security sources said that the headquarter of the NSCN (K) is located in the Taga area and most other groups have strong bases in the area. However, it is not known whether Paresh Baruah is present in the area at this moment.

Meanwhile, in a release here, the publicity in charge of the ULFA�s hardliner group, Arunodoi Dohotiya said that the Government of India paid substantial amounts of money to the neighbouring countries to launch attack on the ULFA�s bases.

The release said that the Government of India gave financial assistance of Rs 20,000 crore to Myanmar along with weapons to take action against the �revolutionary groups�. The Government of India also promised Rs 100 crore more if Paresh Baruah can be killed within September, the ULFA alleged.