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ULFA takes on Zubeen again

ULFA strongly takes on Zubeen Garg after the popular singer spoke ill of the outfit on the appeal to confine to the traditional Assamese.

Talking to a section of television news channels over telephone on Friday, ULFA supremo Paresh Barua said that the singer is reacting in a manner which does not behove for a promising star. Barua said that the scene was created by the singer himself.

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ULFA should not cut the wings of artists like Zubeen who are spreading the great Assamese essence throughout the country. 

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