• ULFA-I sends letter to tea company demanding its office be shifted to Assam & recruit locals


    Guwahati: ULFA-I in a letter addressing to the a tea company- Amalgamated Plantations Pvt Ltd with its head office based in Kolkata has demanded to shift its office to Assam and recruit locals.

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    The non-talks faction of the ULFA(I) on Thursday served a notice to a leading tea company demanding immediate relocation of all its administrative offices to Assam and recruitment of indigenous people of the state, failing which it will be “prevented from doing business in Assam”.

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    The United Liberation Front of Asom (Independent) gave the notice to Amalgamated Plantations Pvt Ltd through an emailed statement sent to a number of media houses.

    The APPL head office is in Kolkata and its corporate office is in Guwahati.

    In the notice, self-styled ”Capt” Rumel Asom said, “The United Liberation Front of Asom (Independent) has taken note of … management of the tea estates in Assam under your ownership. We appreciate that you are in the business of making profit and to that end you must devise your corporate planning. However, you have heavy responsibilities to the land and her people.”

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    It further pointed out that “your head office outside Assam where no indigenous personnel from Assam is in employment. The liaison office is also not in Assam.”


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