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Abducted oil company officer appeals CM Sonowal to save his life

Pallab Kumar Gogoi, an oil company officer who was abducted by suspected ULFA(I) a month earlier, has, reportdly, appealed to Assam Chief Minister Sarbananda Sonowal to save his life.

The Arunachal Times twitted two videos purpotedly released by the outlawed organization, two persons are seen and heard seeking help for their safe releases.

In one video, uploaded on the tweeter by the newspaper, the Assam oil officer is seen and heard with folded hands saying, “ Sir, I am Sri Pallab Gogoi, an employee of the Quippo Oil and Infrastructure Ltd. I have been abducted by the ULFA(I). I am appealing to you (CM Sonowal) for my safe release.”

In the other video, Ram Kumar, who was also abducted by the ULFA(I) along with Gogoi, is seen and heard seeking help from Assam Chief Minister Sonowal and Bihar Chief Minister Nitish Kumar for his safe release. Kumar is also an officer of the Quippo Oil and Infrastructure Ltd. The duo had gone missing a month earlier.

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