ULFAUnited Liberation Front of Assam
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In 1990, the government of India banned ULFA, citing it as a terrorist organisation.
He said Chetia, who was kept at a "division ward" meant for socially privileged inmates under jail code, also wanted the repatriation of two fellow detained ULFA leaders, Laxmiprasad Goswami and Babul Sharma, who were kept in a separate prison in Bangladesh.
The split in the ULFA was imminent as hardliner Paresh Barua had recently announced a new 16-member central committee avoiding the ULFA leaders who have come out in the open for talks with the government.
Only last month, ULFA had submitted to the Indian Government its "charter
To find an honourable solution to Assam's three-decade-old insurgency problem, top ULFA leaders on Friday met Home Minister P.
However, he maintained constant contact with ULFA leaders in Bhutan and Nepal including its military wing chief Paresh Barua.
We have got only one letter from an ULFA leader expressing willingness for talks,'' Mr Gogoi told reporters here.
After Friday's surrender, the only senior ULFA leader at large is Paresh Baruah, a military commander.
The ULFA has called for a boycott of the games and threatened to disrupt them.
A deal has been reached to extradite the ULFA leader.
Rajkhowa and Choudhury were in Delhi recently in connection with the dialogue process between the government and the over ground leaders of the ULFA.
The ULFA has adopted a partisan attitude as it is issuing threats to the Congress alone and not to the BJP and AGP," chief minister Tarun Gogoi said.