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Guns fall silent; now poetic indeed

They have spoiled the guns to spare literature. Creativity is still in them, said a few rebel turned poets as they held a session on the last days of the Guwahati Lit Fest on Monday.

The former ULFA leader including Pranati Deka, Anurag Mahanta, Raktim Sarma said that they have lots more to do convey to the people through their literary works.

They said that they were boxed by the circumstances to take up arms. But they never have overwhelming faith on the gun culture.

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