GUWAHATI, April 21 � The hardliners in the United Liberation Front of Asom (ULFA) headed by commander-in-chief of the outfit, Paresh Baruah has been making efforts to reorganise the outfit after several top leaders including chairman Arabinda Rajkhowa started the process of talks with the Government of India and a mobile military headquarters has been formed.
In a press release e-mailed to the media today, ULFA publicity in charge Arunodoi Dohotiya said that a 10-day meeting of the ULFA members was held at the mobile military headquarters under the chairmanship of Paresh Baruah from March 20 to 29 and the meeting took several vital decisions.
All the armed wing members of the ULFA will now function under the command of the mobile headquarters and all the old formations have been dissolved. The release said that with effect from today, all the battalions of the ULFA have been dissolved and from now on there would be no battalion commander of the outfit. The meeting also decided to bring in more discipline in the ranks of the outfit and it also decided that the actions of the outfit would be more pro-people from now on.
However, the ULFA did not spell out the location of the recent meeting.