Guwahati: The ULFA on Monday claimed that the
Centre has assured its leaders that the Constitution would be
amended, if necessary, to find an honourable solution to the
32-year old political conflict in Assam.
At the same time, it denied that it was influenced by
Pakistani Islamic fundamentalists.
"Chidambaram has categorically told us that the
Constitution would also be amended if necessary for a positive
outcome of the talks to fulfil the hopes and aspirations of
the people," ULFA vice-chairman Pradip Gogoi said here in
Stating that the next round of talks would be held after
August 15, he denied recent media reports about the ULFA being
backed by Pakistani Islamic fundamentalists.
"These reports are false. Our chairman Arabinda Rajkhowa
did not say any such thing. The question of being influenced
by fundamentalists does not arise," the ULFA