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Paresh Barua's mother, family vote in Assembly polls

By The Assam Tribune
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JERAIGAON (Assam), April 4 (PTI) - Her rebel son may have issued a threat to ruling Congress candidates but ULFA 'military chief' Paresh Barua's octogenarian mother Miliki Baruah today cast her vote in the first phase of Assembly polls in Assam, saying she had always faith in democracy.

"In spite of my frail health, I've voted in every election and I have faith in democracy. It is our duty to elect good candidates who can work for the uplift of people," said Miliki, accompanied by her daughter-in-law and granddaughter, after casting her vote at Chakalighariya LP School in Chabua constituency of Dibrugarh district.

She urged the government to ensure that Paresh and all his boys returned and as did peace to the state.

"The government should take steps to bring back all the boys back to the state," Miliki said.

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JERAIGAON (Assam), April 4 (PTI) - Her rebel son may have issued a threat to ruling Congress candidates but ULFA 'military chief' Paresh Barua's octogenarian mother Miliki Baruah today cast her vote in the first phase of Assembly polls in Assam, saying she had always faith in democracy.

"In spite of my frail health, I've voted in every election and I have faith in democracy. It is our duty to elect good candidates who can work for the uplift of people," said Miliki, accompanied by her daughter-in-law and granddaughter, after casting her vote at Chakalighariya LP School in Chabua constituency of Dibrugarh district.

She urged the government to ensure that Paresh and all his boys returned and as did peace to the state.

"The government should take steps to bring back all the boys back to the state," Miliki said.

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