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Mrinal Hazarika says they announced ceasefire but will not surrender

Top ranked ULFA cadre of the 28th battalion, now in ceasefire namely Mrinal Hazarika and his aide Jun Bhuyan are camping in the city as part of their mission to carry forward the peace process. They are holding talks with various political parties, organizations and individuals seeking their advice and opinions.

Talking to reporters on Sunday, Mrinal said their first duty will be to save the Assamese from the impending identity crisis. Mirnal Hazarika more rough days await the people of Assam. He maintained that identity crisis most dangerous these days. On Sunday they hold discussion with the leaders of the Asom Jatiyatabadi Yuva Chatra parishad on how t carry forward the peace mission.

ULFA leadership have yet to clear the air on the recent unilateral ceasefire with the government by the A and C companies of 28th battalion. But Mrinal Hazarika has made it plain and simple that they will prefer the people’s interest to what the leadership think.

Mrinal cleared that they will not surrender before the government and was quick to add that the government is also not averse to it. He said that their designated camp will be set up at Chapakhowa where they will reside with arms.
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