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ULFA throws cash deal allegation between Delhi-Dhaka

Twenty four hours after ULFA Commander in Chief Paresh Baruah’s threatening, the rebel outfit on Thursday said that its chairman Arabinba Rajkhowa was arrested in Bnagladesh only after Dhaka struck a deal with a huge amount of money with Delhi.


In its mouthpiece Swadhinota, the proscribed outfits alleged government’s lack of interest and goodwill for holding talks with ULFA. The outfit also charged the government with trying to downplay the image of the ULFA leaders in their captivity. “With goodwill we set up PCG to carry forward the peace process. But it stopped only because of a circle of people who does not want peace in Assam,” it said.


According to the mouthpiece, no talk is possible with the jailed ULFA leaders saying it will be an injustice for those who sacrificed for sovereignty. The ULFA further denied threatening Bangladeshi embassy in Delhi and called it a mispublicity managed by the government.

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