NALBARI, Jan 25 � The chief executive body meeting of the United Liberation Front of Asom (ULFA) which is being held at various secret locations in Nalbari district after eight years, will conclude on January 30.
A top leader of the outfit on condition of anonymity said that the ongoing executive meeting thoroughly discussed all the issues relating to the proposed peace talks with the Central Government. All the resolutions of the executive body meeting will be passed at the final sitting on January 30. The resolutions will then be made public at a press conference to be held at Nalbari thereafter.
The ULFA leader further said that the executive meeting presided over by the outfit�s chairman Arabinda Rajkhowa, also discussed the issues to be tabled during the peace talk to bring a solution to the �Assam-India� conflict. They were also discussing the matter with legal experts and politicians to examine the legal aspects.
The ULFA leadership is reportedly maintaining caution regarding the talks only to avoid a repetition of the Assam Accord.
He added that the executive meeting also discussed the constitution of ULFA in order to facilitate the much-awaited talks. According to him the burning issues of the State being discussed in the meeting are struggle of ethnic groups, Bangladeshi infiltration, right to the State�s natural resources etc.
Meanwhile, the ULFA leadership has again sent a letter to the Union Home Ministry to ensure the handover of general secretary Anup Chetia as soon as possible. The ULFA leader when asked, said that the outfit has no intention to fight Assembly poll.
The ULFA leader declined to commenton on the Paresh Baruah issue. He only said, �Wait a few days more.�
The executive body meeting is being attended by vice-chairman Pradip Gogoi, adviser Bhimkanta Burhagohain publicity secretary Mithinga Daimari, foreign secretary Sasha Chaudhury, finance secretary Chitraban Hazarika, cultural secretary Pranati Deka, deputy commander in chief Raju Baruah, ULFA�s woman wing chief Kaberi Kachari and executive member Anu Buhragohain.