Ulfa warns non-Assamese in Assam
Guwahati: The ULFA on Sunday warned of attacks on "Indians" in Assam if "atrocities" on Assamese people did not halt in other parts of the country.
A statement signed by its elusive chief Paresh Baruah alleged that 14 Assamese youth had been killed in "mainland India".
"The atrocities on Assamese ... must be stopped immediately, failing which we will be forced to take necessary action on Indians living here," said the statement.
The statement also warned India-based Muslim groups against spreading communal hatred in Assam.
It charged All India United Democratic Front chief Badaruddin Ajmal with spreading communal hatred by saying Muslims were being killed in Assam.
The ULFA statement follows ethnic violence in Assam and the consequent flight of thousands of Assamese from places like Bangalore and Pune due to mysterious telephonic threats.
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