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Paresh Baruah against Congress(I) for coming election

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ULFA Press Release
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ULFA Press Release
Press Release

: Guwahati, February 04, 2011

ULFA leader Paresh Baruah appeals to people of Assam to stand against Congress(I) in coming Assembly Election with a strong urge. In a press release sent by Arunodoy Dohotiya, the Publicity Member of the outfit,  it is stated that the Congress(I) ruled Assam for more times in the last 50 years, and the Assamese Nation is being betrayed for all the time by the name of democracy. It is also claimed that promising Assamese people for justice of Secret Killings done by Prafulla Mahanta ruling in 1996-2001 Congress(I) could win the election in 2001. Even so, instead of any justice Tarun Gogoi led government continued secret & open killing same as Prafulla Mahanta and involved into endless corruptions in last 10 years. Instead of any justice, Tarun Gogoi kept himself surrounded by the Supremo of the Secret Killers former DGP of Assam G M Shrivastava, Dohotiya also added. The publicity member Dohotiya also said that, there is no difference between killing ULFA leaders or cadres’ family and any other innocent people. Dohotiya also accused the former DGP G M Shrivastava as a person who cannot eat without killing Assamese innocent youth. Keeping the betrayals of last 10 years by the Tarun Gogoi led Congress(I) government, the outfit by its press release appeals to the people of Assam to stand against Congress party in coming election.

It is to be mentioned that yesterday Times of Assam revealed the hidden message from Paresh Baruah to the Government of India through the recent photograph and video footages of himself. This press release also proves the accuracy of the yesterday’s  report of  Times of Assam.

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Paresh Baruah against Congress(I) for coming election

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