Paresh Baruah changed the game of GoI

There was a reverse spirit in Assamese youth, while on other ends, it was ‘the end of the traceroute’ for the Indian intelligence when ULFA C-in-C Paresh Baruah sent his photograph and video footage to the media. The ongoing ‘ULFA-GoI Lateral talk’ has already created some shorts of confusion amongst the common people, while both the Central and State Government were busy settling down the decade-long issue with a  target relevant to the coming state election.

Paresh Baruah was criticized from every nook and corner for sending the photograph and video footage of himself. Former Commander of the 28th Battalion of the outfit, Mrinal Hazarika(who hails the ULFA Pro-Talk group and suspended by the Central Committee of the outfit) criticized Paresh Baruah for making easy for the enemy to identify the new cadres and leaders by the photograph and video footage. Mrinal Hazarika further said that such an act is against guerrilla tactics. Reports about Paresh Baruah and Arabinda Rajkhowa faction became the issue of National and State Media, but it is rebutted by Paresh Baruah himself.

Indian intelligence was surprised by the recent act of Paresh Baruah because he hasn’t shown his face publicly since 1996. However, Indian intelligence is busy with analysis to find Paresh Baruah’s intention through a photograph and video footage. Everyone is in confusion about what actually Paresh Baruah tried to mean by sending the photograph and video footage where there are only two Lieutenant level leaders and few cadres. Paresh Baruah’s act is criticized as restless and being told it may result out the demise of the rest unit of the outfit.

There were several messages to the Government of India from Paresh Baruah via the photograph and the video footage which are yet not understandable by either any media or the Government itself. But Times of Assam has been able to reach those messages of Paresh Baruah after going through the days-long investigation.

To some extend, we can analyze as bellow are the messages from Paresh Baruah through the photograph and video footage:

1) The ULFA was formed in 1979 and now, it’s a fresh formation of ULFA with the visible difference that clearly means a strong re-born. The outfit was started with only four to five members in 1979 without any weapons and money backing. Now, Paresh Baruah is getting strong backing by China.

2) In 1979, there was no Paresh Baruah at the time of the formation of ULFA. In fact, Paresh Baruah joined ULFA in 1981 after Arabinda Rajkhowa and Pradip Gogoi. Now, Paresh Baruah is the supremo with more experienced leaders and more numbers of the cadres than the first birth of the outfit.

3) In the early ages of 1980, Anup Chetia had to manage money from his home to buy a pistol for the outfit. And now, Paresh Baruah has many strong and latest weapons with his group.

4) ULFA got their first and only AK assault rifle as an old AK-47 in 1988, which was too old that they had to work on it before they trigger the same. Now, Paresh Baruah and his group are equipped with all the latest weapons of this world got from China, those are visible in the photograph.

5) If the Government of India makes a foul deal by the name of the political solution to the GoI-Assam conflict, then there will be the new start of ULFA by Paresh Baruah with the group and weapons shown in the Photograph and strength shown in video footage.

It is now clear about the intention behind Paresh Baruah’s recent act through the photograph and video footage which was made to draw the difference between ULFA of 1979 and ULFA of 2011.

Three decades before, five members without any weapons formed ULFA without any strong help, and now, Paresh Baruah is with his new strategy after getting strong backing by China.

Paresh Baruah with the Hardliner team

Indian intelligence also has got a confirmed report that Paresh Baruah has achieved all kinds of support from China, and he is now in the Chinese province with Chinese Satellite communication and weapons.

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