We want amicable settlement: ULFA leaders

Two senior ULFA leaders `captain` Amarjit Gogoi and Bolin Das, who were released on bail o Tuesday from Tezpur district jail in Assam`s Sonitpur district said, they wanted an amicable settlement to the ULFA crisis.

Updated: Jan 11, 2011, 14:27 PM IST

Tezpur: Two senior ULFA leaders `captain`
Amarjit Gogoi and Bolin Das, who were released on bail o Tuesday from Tezpur district jail in Assam`s Sonitpur district said,
they wanted an amicable settlement to the ULFA crisis.

Gogoi alias Amulya Charan Roy and Das alias Kamal
Kachari told the waiting media outside the jail that ULFA
`C-in-C` Paresh Baruah`s presence in the proposed peace talks
with the government was "inevitable".

"Paresh Baruah may agree to join us soon. We will sit
with our chairman Arabinda Rajkhowa and advisor Bhimkanta
Buragohain before the proposed talks with the government," Roy
said.

The two ULFA leaders were remanded to jail custody as
undertrial prisoners under various Sections of IPC and Arms
Act and Unlawful Activities Prevention Act after their capture
on December 25, 2003 by the Royal Bhutan Army during
`Operation All Clear` against ULFA camps in the Himalayan
kingdom and handed over to Indian authorities.

PTI