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Peace process sans Paresh not proper: Mithinga

By Staff Reporter

GUWAHATI, May 28 � ULFA publicity secretary Mithinga Daimary today said in a written statement that it is not proper to talk of negotiation with ULFA without its commander-in-chief Paresh Barua. Daimary, who is close to the arrested leaders of the militant outfit like its chairman Aravinda Rajkhowa, said that they have never favoured negotiation without Barua.

Meanwhile, Asom Gana Parishad (AGP) president Chandra Mohan Patowary has also made an appeal to the Government to involve Paresh Barua also in the process of negotiation. A rift in the rank and file of the outfit would not solve ULFA insurgency, it warned.

In his statement faxed to media houses, Mithinga Daimary also made an appeal to the people not to be misled on the issue. The Government should first of all create a conducive atmosphere that facilitates ULFA�s �organizational decision� on the issue of negotiation, he asserted.

ULFA hopes that the Government steps to create such a conducive atmosphere would expedite the process of the proposed negotiation. The release of the detained leaders of the outfit would be the first step in this regard, Daimary added.

ULFA is of the opinion that through political dialogues, the �Indo-Assam conflict� could be politically and peacefully resolved. The governments in the State and at the Centre should therefore come forward with a genuine approach to initiate the process of dialogue with the outfit, he said.

Daimary appreciated the announcement made recently by Union Home Minister P Chidambaram on the issue of negotiation and the discussion held by the Chief Minister with the leaders of the Sanmilita Jatiya Abhibartan in this connection.

The AGP has suggested that the Union Government should initiate the process of negotiation with the militant outfit and asserted that the negotiation process should not be aimed at bettering the electoral prospect of the ruling party.

The AGP is for involving all the parties concerned in the negotiation process for lasting peace in the State, said AGP president Chandra Mohan Patowary.

However, the State unit of the Nationalist Congress Party (NCP) has made an appeal to Paresh Barua to involve himself in the process of negotiation with the Government without any pre-condition.

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Peace process sans Paresh not proper: Mithinga

GUWAHATI, May 28 � ULFA publicity secretary Mithinga Daimary today said in a written statement that it is not proper to talk of negotiation with ULFA without its commander-in-chief Paresh Barua. Daimary, who is close to the arrested leaders of the militant outfit like its chairman Aravinda Rajkhowa, said that they have never favoured negotiation without Barua.

Meanwhile, Asom Gana Parishad (AGP) president Chandra Mohan Patowary has also made an appeal to the Government to involve Paresh Barua also in the process of negotiation. A rift in the rank and file of the outfit would not solve ULFA insurgency, it warned.

In his statement faxed to media houses, Mithinga Daimary also made an appeal to the people not to be misled on the issue. The Government should first of all create a conducive atmosphere that facilitates ULFA�s �organizational decision� on the issue of negotiation, he asserted.

ULFA hopes that the Government steps to create such a conducive atmosphere would expedite the process of the proposed negotiation. The release of the detained leaders of the outfit would be the first step in this regard, Daimary added.

ULFA is of the opinion that through political dialogues, the �Indo-Assam conflict� could be politically and peacefully resolved. The governments in the State and at the Centre should therefore come forward with a genuine approach to initiate the process of dialogue with the outfit, he said.

Daimary appreciated the announcement made recently by Union Home Minister P Chidambaram on the issue of negotiation and the discussion held by the Chief Minister with the leaders of the Sanmilita Jatiya Abhibartan in this connection.

The AGP has suggested that the Union Government should initiate the process of negotiation with the militant outfit and asserted that the negotiation process should not be aimed at bettering the electoral prospect of the ruling party.

The AGP is for involving all the parties concerned in the negotiation process for lasting peace in the State, said AGP president Chandra Mohan Patowary.

However, the State unit of the Nationalist Congress Party (NCP) has made an appeal to Paresh Barua to involve himself in the process of negotiation with the Government without any pre-condition.