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Paresh Baruah reorganising outfit

By Staff Reporter

GUWAHATI, Feb 27 � At a time when the Central and State Governments are making efforts to initiate process of talks with the United Liberation Front of Asom (ULFA), the commander-in-chief of the outfit, Paresh Baruah has started reorganising the outfit. Moreover, the central committee headquarters (CCHQ) of the militant outfit is still located in Bangladesh though the government of the neighbouring country launched a crackdown against the militants.

Highly placed security sources told The Assam Tribune that at least 30 to 40 members of the outfit are still in Bangladesh. The CCHQ of the ULFA is still located in the Bakapura area in Sherpur district of Bangladesh. The CCHQ is called the Rupohi Ashroy Sibir by the members of the outfit. According to information available, the CCHQ has been functioning in Bakapura for some time and Arabinda Rajkhowa also used to visit the camp frequently.

Sources revealed that recent arrests of militants and the documents recovered from hardcore militant Baccha Singh revealed vital information about the move of the ULFA to reorganise itself. After the arrests of the top leaders including the chairman of the ULFA, the commander-in- chief is now the most powerful man in the outfit and Jiban Moran is the second in command.

Sources said the ULFA has made three ranks among the remaining senior members. The G1 group comprises Biju Deka and Bhaiti Baruah alias Apurba, the G 2 group comprises Pallab Saikia, Pradyut Gohain, Antu Chowdang and Pranjit Saikia, while, the G 3 group comprises Drishti Rajkhowa, Dipjyoti Mahanta and Arpan Saikia. Most of the members of these three groups are still in Bangladesh and Bhaiti Baruah is calling up a cross section of people in Guwahati with demands for money.

Security sources said that all is not well in the 28 battalion headquarter of the ULFA in Myanmar and the top leaders of the ULFA have suspended a senior member Sujit Mohan. Though Bijoy Das alias Bijoy Chinese is now heading the 28 battalion, still considered the strongest wing of the outfit, personality clashes among the senior members have created problems and according to intelligence inputs, Paresh Baruah recently called the senior leaders to an undisclosed location in Myanmar to hold a meeting to settle the disputes.

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Paresh Baruah reorganising outfit

GUWAHATI, Feb 27 � At a time when the Central and State Governments are making efforts to initiate process of talks with the United Liberation Front of Asom (ULFA), the commander-in-chief of the outfit, Paresh Baruah has started reorganising the outfit. Moreover, the central committee headquarters (CCHQ) of the militant outfit is still located in Bangladesh though the government of the neighbouring country launched a crackdown against the militants.

Highly placed security sources told The Assam Tribune that at least 30 to 40 members of the outfit are still in Bangladesh. The CCHQ of the ULFA is still located in the Bakapura area in Sherpur district of Bangladesh. The CCHQ is called the Rupohi Ashroy Sibir by the members of the outfit. According to information available, the CCHQ has been functioning in Bakapura for some time and Arabinda Rajkhowa also used to visit the camp frequently.

Sources revealed that recent arrests of militants and the documents recovered from hardcore militant Baccha Singh revealed vital information about the move of the ULFA to reorganise itself. After the arrests of the top leaders including the chairman of the ULFA, the commander-in- chief is now the most powerful man in the outfit and Jiban Moran is the second in command.

Sources said the ULFA has made three ranks among the remaining senior members. The G1 group comprises Biju Deka and Bhaiti Baruah alias Apurba, the G 2 group comprises Pallab Saikia, Pradyut Gohain, Antu Chowdang and Pranjit Saikia, while, the G 3 group comprises Drishti Rajkhowa, Dipjyoti Mahanta and Arpan Saikia. Most of the members of these three groups are still in Bangladesh and Bhaiti Baruah is calling up a cross section of people in Guwahati with demands for money.

Security sources said that all is not well in the 28 battalion headquarter of the ULFA in Myanmar and the top leaders of the ULFA have suspended a senior member Sujit Mohan. Though Bijoy Das alias Bijoy Chinese is now heading the 28 battalion, still considered the strongest wing of the outfit, personality clashes among the senior members have created problems and according to intelligence inputs, Paresh Baruah recently called the senior leaders to an undisclosed location in Myanmar to hold a meeting to settle the disputes.

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