ULFA condoles Indira Goswami`s death

ULFA `commander-in-chief` Paresh Baruah and newly-appointed `chairman` Dr Abhijit Bormon of his faction have condoled the death of Jnanpith Award winning litterateur Indira (Mamoni) Roisam Goswami.

Guwahati: ULFA `commander-in-chief`
Paresh Baruah and newly-appointed `chairman` Dr Abhijit Bormon
of his faction have condoled the death of Jnanpith Award
winning litterateur Indira (Mamoni) Roisam Goswami.

In a joint e-mail to the media, Baruah and Bormon said
"Goswami would be remembered in history for correctly
presenting ULFA`s goal, purpose and philosophy to Government
of India."

"Baideu (elder sister) has a special place in the
heart of every ULFA member and we will remember her at every
step of our movement," they said.

As a mark of respect to the departed litterateur, they
said, a condolence meeting would be held in every ULFA unit
on Tuesday and discussions on Goswami`s life and contributions to
literature tomorrow.

Goswami had taken the initiative to be the peace
facilitator between ULFA and government following which the
banned insurgent outfit had constituted People`s Consultative
Committee (PCG).

The committee held three rounds of talks with Centre
with one of them being with Prime Minister Dr Manmohan Singh.

PTI

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