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ULFA to take up Merapani issue in talks

By Staff reporter

GUWAHATI, Oct 14 � ULFA chairman Arabinda Rajkhowa today said that the outfit was getting ready for the next round of talks with the Centre beginning from November 5 in New Delhi and would take up the matter of forced intrusion in Merapani by Naga�s as one of their main issues with the Home Ministry.

Talking to newsmen after coming out of the special TADA court in Guwahati today,

Rajkhowa said the faction will do anything to protect the identity of the indigenous Assamese people and if needed be they will once again resort back to their old ways if the situation demands.

Rajkhowa along outfit�s vice-chairman Pradeep Gogoi appeared before the court as part of the regular hearing where advocate Bijon Mahajan appeared before the accused.

He added that the border feuds between Assam and other neighbouring states can only be solved if the State Governments show good intent to solve the problem for real.

Asked, he reiterated that ULFA commander-in-chief Paresh Barua�s stance on the peace talks is still not clear, Rajkhowa said that the outfit does not function on the whims and fancies of one individual.

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ULFA to take up Merapani issue in talks

GUWAHATI, Oct 14 � ULFA chairman Arabinda Rajkhowa today said that the outfit was getting ready for the next round of talks with the Centre beginning from November 5 in New Delhi and would take up the matter of forced intrusion in Merapani by Naga�s as one of their main issues with the Home Ministry.

Talking to newsmen after coming out of the special TADA court in Guwahati today,

Rajkhowa said the faction will do anything to protect the identity of the indigenous Assamese people and if needed be they will once again resort back to their old ways if the situation demands.

Rajkhowa along outfit�s vice-chairman Pradeep Gogoi appeared before the court as part of the regular hearing where advocate Bijon Mahajan appeared before the accused.

He added that the border feuds between Assam and other neighbouring states can only be solved if the State Governments show good intent to solve the problem for real.

Asked, he reiterated that ULFA commander-in-chief Paresh Barua�s stance on the peace talks is still not clear, Rajkhowa said that the outfit does not function on the whims and fancies of one individual.

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