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Pro-talk ULFA group likely to meet Rajnath

By Spl Correspondent

NEW DELHI, May 14 � A delegation of the pro-talk ULFA group led by its chairman Arabinda Rajkhowa, is likely to call on Union Home Minister Rajnath Singh and press for expediting the peace process.

The pro-talk leaders who arrived in the capital early this week, has been holding talks with the Centre�s interlocutor PC Haldar.

Talking to this newspaper, spokesman of the faction Sasha Choudhary said they are hoping for an early resolution of the charter of demands and signing of a memorandum of settlement (MoS) soon.

Choudhary said that after meeting the Union Home Minister, they would hold delegation-level talks with the Centre, which would be chaired by Union Home Secretary L C Goyal.

Sources said the Centre is currently in the final stages of preparing the MoS. According to reports, one of the major demands that the Centre is likely to fulfil is the grant of Scheduled Tribe status to the six communities of the State.

The move is likely to have a political impact in the State as an outcome of the move would be that 70 per cent of the seats in the Assam Assembly are likely to be reserved for ST candidates, confirmed sources.

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Pro-talk ULFA group likely to meet Rajnath

NEW DELHI, May 14 � A delegation of the pro-talk ULFA group led by its chairman Arabinda Rajkhowa, is likely to call on Union Home Minister Rajnath Singh and press for expediting the peace process.

The pro-talk leaders who arrived in the capital early this week, has been holding talks with the Centre�s interlocutor PC Haldar.

Talking to this newspaper, spokesman of the faction Sasha Choudhary said they are hoping for an early resolution of the charter of demands and signing of a memorandum of settlement (MoS) soon.

Choudhary said that after meeting the Union Home Minister, they would hold delegation-level talks with the Centre, which would be chaired by Union Home Secretary L C Goyal.

Sources said the Centre is currently in the final stages of preparing the MoS. According to reports, one of the major demands that the Centre is likely to fulfil is the grant of Scheduled Tribe status to the six communities of the State.

The move is likely to have a political impact in the State as an outcome of the move would be that 70 per cent of the seats in the Assam Assembly are likely to be reserved for ST candidates, confirmed sources.

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