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Violence: ULFA says it a conspiracy

The United Liberation Front of Asom (ULFA) says the Beltola violence is a managed one and was done to divide the Assamese.

In its latest edition of its mouthpiece Freedom, the proscribed outfit says the rush of political leaders from outside makes it a clear that the protesters were made a scapegoat.

To make the violence more effective, bandhs have also been called in Jharkhand, it says.

The ULFA accuses a section political leaders of trying to disrupt the protestors on the day of violence in Beltola.

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