GUWAHATI, Jan 21 � A couple of days after the banned ULFA released a still photograph of elusive ULFA �commander-in-chief� Paresh Baruah, the outfit today distributed videos to the media showing Baruah dressed in a camouflage fatigue dancing to the tune of Bihu songs along with 100-odd armed cadres in an unknown location.
The video also showed the armed cadres shouting slogans in English demanding independence.
An e-mail attached with the video footage stated that the �slogans are the slogans of the indigenous people, which the Government of India and the so-called peace brokers should realize.�
The e-mail signed by Arundoy Dohotia, self-styled commander of the publicity wing of the outfit, said that the ULFA was formed to fight for regaining �our independence.�
�The ULFA is not against political resolution of the Indo-Asom pending political conflict. We are sincere to get our birth right through political dialogue and we are ready to intensify our armed liberation struggle as well.�
The statement also mentioned that there was no division in the ULFA and collectively �we want independence, no matter what the way would be.�
�Through the latest move, we are not trying to display our military strength, we are much more than this and the Indian colonial Government knows it very well,� the statement said.
The statement further added, �Strong determination is our strength. Our message to the Government of India and so-called peace brokers � don�t dictate us to compromise. Come and kill us. You can�t kill our spirit and motto.�