NDFB threatens Centre and Assam govt

The banned NDFB (anti-talk faction) in Assam on Monday warned the Centre and the state government of retaliation if any cadre or Bodo was killed `in the name of fake encounter`.

Updated: Nov 01, 2010, 17:37 PM IST

Guwahati: The banned NDFB (anti-talk faction) in Assam on Monday warned the Centre and the state government of retaliation if any cadre or Bodo was killed `in
the name of fake encounter`.

NDFB `deputy chief` self-styled lieutenant B Jwngkhang in an e-mail to local TV news channels, accused the state and central governments of "fake encounters in the name of NDFB.

School students, cultivators and simple living innocent Bodo people are killed by Indian forces.

Warning the Centre and the state government to stop the killing in the name of fake encounters, the email said, "the government of India has done too much against the Bodo
people. Now our patient (patience) is over.”

"From today onward if any innocent Bodo/NDFB cadre (is) killed by Indian forces in the name of fake encounter then the Bodoland Army, NDFB will take action against any
Indian. One innocent Bodo people equal will be 20 Indian or may be more," the email by the outfit said just two days after the second anniversary of the October 30, 2008 serial blasts in Assam triggered by it.

The NDFB email came when Bodoland Territorial Council (BTC) deputy chief Kampha Borgiary today went to meet NDFB chief Ranjan Daimary at the Nagaon central jail to sit for talks.

Borgiary is the chief convenor of a two-day Jatiya Abortan (Bodo National Convention) in Kokrajhar district from November 11 for a unification drive by 25 Bodo political and
non-political organisations for solving the problems of the Bodos.

PTI