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ULFA blames govt for peace bid failure

ULFA has blamed it all on the government for a failed peace bid through negotiation. In its latest issue of the Freedom, the outlawed outfit has said that the conflict could have been resolved through a fruitful negotiation. According to ULFA, the government has failed to come out with the list of those captured during its Operation All Clear in Bhutan launched in 2003. This has showed the government's lack of intention to hold a meaningful talk to pave way for peace in the north eastern state. They further have alleged that the entire Beltola incident is a conspiracy to embitter the age old relationship among the people in the state.
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