Assam Chief Minister’s son Gaurav Gogoi changed his statement of developing Assam’s economy to save his father’s political career, claims ULFA.
By- Staff Reporter | Date– January 16, 2012
The United Liberation Front of Asom (ULFA) has alleged that Gaurav Gogoi, son of Assam Chief Minister Tarun Gogoi, has changed his statement (after ULFA declared to support him) to developing Assam’s economy as a part of India to save the political career of his father Chief Minister Tarun Gogoi.
In a press release sent to Times of Assam by the outfit’s Publicity Commander Arunodoy Dohotiya, the militant outfit stated that they had praised the Chief Minister’s son earlier only because of his efforts in bringing in foreign economists and experts and carrying out seminars across the state’s educational institutes in an effort to develop Assam economy as a single entity similar to that of India and China.
From the same press release, ULFA also declared that they are still looking forward to and would be happy to have all the leaders in Pro-Talk faction, including their Chairman Arabinda Rajkhowa back in with them. The outfit clarified that just because the Pro-Talk ULFA members have gone over ground after being captured by enemy does that mean that they are Fake ULFA or that the Paresh Baruah led group is the Real ULFA. This clarification by the outfit was in response to an article written by Dr. Hiren Gohain in the Assamese Daily Assamiya Khabor.