Home Ministry officials met PCG members covertly to restart peace process
Two officials of the Home Ministry from Delhi are reported to have visited Guwahat on the sly and met the PCG members in a bid to resume peace talk which was stunned without any result and since then no efforts were made neither by the Government nor by the PCG. A report quoting a highly placed source said that after the declaration of cease fire by the ‘A’ and ‘C’ company of 28 battalion of ULFA the Government was receiving reports from its sources that there might be great turbulence and wide spade of violence in the state which might reversely effect the prospectus of the ruling party in the state in the coming parliamentary election. Moreover the Government was stated to have the report of a violent clashes between the pro-talk and the rival group of the ULFA. Government also had the information of the direction given to the ULFA cadres by its top brass leaders to be indulged in savageries on the eve of Independence Day which passed off peacefully as the officials of the Home Ministry visiting Guwahaty had the convincing discussion with the PCG members and expressed Government’s willingness (quite ahead of the Day) to sit across the table with the members of the PCG for preparing the ground for peace talk with the ULFA top leaders. After this strategy of the Home Ministry the members of the PCPI were reported to have met the Governor of the state Mr.Shivacharan Mathur and urged upon him to make efforts for peace talk with the ULFA leaders.
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