Skip to content Skip to navigation

SULFA Vs ULFA again


Our special correspondent Guwahati : A full scale fratricidal clash may rock Assam if the words of surrendered ULFA leaders are any indication.

In a statement released here on Wednesday evening, some SULFA leaders have warned the ULFA to abstain from killing their colleagues like Rinku Chaudhory to avoid consequences.Signed by Sunil Nath, Jugal Kishor Mahanta, Saurabh Gogoi, Rosevelt Rabha, Mridul Phukan, Sailen Dutta Konwar, Amal Das and Pratap Das, the statement further urged the government to ensure security to the surrendered ULFA cadres.

The ULFA has claimed responsibility for killing their former colleague Rinku Chaudhory. Hira Sarania (ULFA spokesman) has confirmed that he has been killed because of his past misdeeds.

The government has decided to keep a close watch on the Guwahati based surrendered SULFA leaders According to reliable sources, the police administration will maintain a strict vigil on the city areas where the SULFA leaders reside. They will also monitor the movements of people around the SULFA members in the city.

Moreover, the police are also preparing to make a survey of all rented houses to identify if there are any ULFA people residing with a false identity. It is suspected that there are a lot of ULFA activists in the city's rented houses who want to step up the terrorist activities in the city through bombings and shoot outs.

On the other hand, the extremists group is also quickly changing its cadres operating in the city following the steps for strict vigil by the police.

Highly placed intelligence reports here says the cadres operating in upper
Assam are rushing to the city areas to escape the vigil while the city cadres are leaving for the upper Assam places.


Comments

SULFA-ULFA'S father's picture

Some dogs are surrendered and some dogs are not. But both the dogs are biting our motherland Assam. These dogs should die. If they kill each other let them do that. They will be of any use to Assam only when they are dead.

Pages

Add new comment

Random Stories

Teachers for conservation

Teachers for conservation

1 Jun 2013 - 10:59pm | Dr M Firoz Ahmed
Aaranyak  in collaboration with Kalpadrum Foundation and Bhumi, and in association with the Kaziranga National Park Authority organized a three-day residential training and orientation programme...

Physiotherapy concluded in press club

29 Sep 2013 - 11:00pm | Nava Thakuria
Over 60 media persons participated in a day long physiotherapy...

Socio-economic awareness cycle rally in Kalaigaon LAC

5 Mar 2012 - 3:24pm | Jayanta Kumar Das
A big socio-economic awareness cycle rally was organised at Kalaigaon on March 1 (under Kalaigaon Revenue Circle,Udalguri Zilla part) as a part of the National Socio-Economic and Caste Census,...

NERIST showcases in Arunachal Statehood Day

28 Feb 2012 - 4:04am | editor
Incredible North Eastern Regional Institute of Science and Technology (NERIST) Exhibition Stall has cherished by the visiting dignitaries from all walks of life in the completion of Silver Jubilee...

Other Contents by Author

Assam Times recommends its contributors/citizen journalists the following resources:   BBC News Styleguide   Avoid clichés and improve your journalism with this PDF version of the BBC News Styleguide. The Guide gives practical suggestions on many aspects of journalism style, including abbreviations, clichés, reported speech - and how to avoid irritating your editor. https://www.bbc.co.uk/newsstyleguide   The BBC Editorial Guidelines The BBC Editorial Guidelines outline the standards the BBC expects of all BBC content on TV, radio and online. They are designed for everyone who makes content for the BBC, to help them deal with difficult editorial...
In a bizarre incident on the new year’s day, a woman and her two children were hacked to death allegedly by her teenaged stepson on Tuesday in Koliabar of Nagaon district. Identified as Mohamad Ali hacked to death his step mother a sharp weapon after an argument at Kunduli village. He then attacked her minor daughter and son killing them on the spot. According to the neighbour, Mohamad and his step mother would often fight after his father married her and shifted to another house following the death of his mother. The deceased have been identified as Phulbano Khatun, Nazia Khatun and Rabiul Hussain. Ali was absconding.
Assam Chief Minister Tarun Gogoi on Tuesday said that Maoists is a big menace and that measures are on to tackle it. Talking to reporters in Guwahati, Gogoi said that militancy was on the wane but Maoists are causing a big problem. He said that the matter had been taken up with the Centre which was convinced of the seriousness of the threat.
A Mass Jogging program was held on December 31, 2012 under the auspices of Assam Jogging Association (AJA) to welcome the New Year 2013. Mahadeb Deka noted body builder of international fame has flagged off the march at 6-45 AM from Janata Bhawan Play Ground, Dispur, Guwahati. The m march return from Zoo Road Tiniali and completed 7 kilometer round. A meeting was held after the Mass Jogging at the Janata Bhawan Play ground which was presided over by the President of the Association Geetartha Pathak.The Association felicitated Mahdeb Deka. Deka appealed to the younger generation to be fit by doing physical exercise and jogging. Deka also asked them not to resort to the extravaganza in the...
A 24 year old youth had a narrow escape when his vehicle caught fire at Demow in Sivasagar district on Monday.The incident took place early in the morning when his dumper touched a high voltage electric wire. The driver managed to escape death but he was injured. He was rushed to the hospital. 
Sorry, the requested page is not found.Here are few links to get back on track:HomepageAbout Us Search pageContact Us
A free fealth check-up and awareness camp was held December 30 at Parijat Academy, Pamohi, Guwahati. A team of about ten doctors comprising Dr Amiya Kumar Sarma, Heart Specialist and CMO of Guwahati Refinery Hospital, Dr Khaklary, Adnl Medical Officer of Guwahati Refinery and about ten Paramedical staff attended the camp. The camp helped the local people by providing free treatment of blood sugar (diabetes), gaestro problems, hypertension, cardiovascular diseases etc. Free dlood sugar tests, blood pressure measurement, etc. of the patients were done along with free medicines to the patients. Around hundred people attended the camp.The camp was organised by People’s Friend Foundation in...
Assam is gearing up to bid goodbye to 2012 and to welcome 2013. Guwahati wears a fresh look to dazzle in the evening. But bars and hotels in the city will have to close the functions by 12.30 AM on New Year's eve. On the other hand, the bars, hotels and restaurants must have special permission to stay open after 10 PM on Monday. Meanwhile, the Kamrup (Metro) district administration has made installation of close circuit television cameras in bars, pubs, discotheques, clubs and all the celebration venues a must for the New Year. The CCTVs must be installed at the gates, galleries and main halls of hotels, bars and restaurants where functions will be held and liquor served.
Police picked up a tea garden worker in connection with the Konapathar case where the owner of the tea estate and his wife were charred to death. DGP JN Chaudhury, who visited Tinsukia on Sunday said that a few more accused would be picked up within a day or two. According to information, nine workers have been accused and eight others would be arrested. The identity of the apprehended suspect has not been divulged so that the process is not hampered.
Amid mounting protest over repeated rapes and molestations, protestors in Guwahati on Sunday vowed to put the government under pressure to change the laws to punish the rapists and molesters. SUCI, Aam Aadmi Party, Marwari Yuva Manch activists staged protests in different parts of the city since Sunday morning. The activists demanded the Centre take urgent steps to amend the laws of the country to curb atrocities on women. Members of the AAP took out a candlelight procession on the banks of Dighalipukhuri in the heart of the city in the evening. AAP leaders said that all pending rape cases in the courts should be tried in fast-track courts and a special session of Parliament...