Tinsukia : Getting frustrated over the prevailing conditions of the state affairs in Assam, many youths have voluntarily joined ULFA-I, the banned rebel outfit of Assam. Now news are pouring in about a Class X girl joining ULFA-I.
Girl joins ULFA-I
Frustrated youths are increasingly trying to find solace in ULFA which had reached stages of irrelevancy till a few months back.
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Class X school going girl joins ULFA-I
The latest information says that a young Class X going girl Karishma Mech of Lekhapani, Tinsukia district have crossed over to ULFA.
She has been missing over a week and the police have suspected that she might have joined the ULFA cadre.
Youths in ULFA-I
The ULFA is slowly rising from the ashes like a phoenix and hapless ordinary Assamese people are looking it up as a hope since all democratic process to stop the Citizenship Amendment Bill (CAB) have failed and opposing forces at the ground level are not trusted by people of Assam.
Young girl joins ULFA-I
He said Sunday the Citizenship (Amendment) Bill – proposed by the Union Government – has given “a fresh lease of life” to the activities of the United Liberation Front of Assam (Independent), the militant outfit suspected by police to be behind the killing of five farmers in Tinsukia district recently.
Special DGP (Special branch) of the Assam Police Pallab Bhattacharya, told Indian Express that the proposed Bill has led to a new rift between the state’s Assamese and Bengali-speaking communities, in turn fomenting trouble. The top officer also added that the recent publication of unverified news reports regarding the death of the chief of the ULFA (I), Paresh barua, could add to the tension.
Meanwhile mother of three in Udalguri district, Sakhwar, Dhanjit and Jagat who had crossed over to ULFA at the end of September month through Dimapur, had requested ULFA commander in Chief paresh Barua to send their wards back.