Saturday, September 5, 2009

Hojai still undecided to cross over to India

SHILLONG, Sept 4: The ‘commander-in-chief (c-in -c)’ of the Dimasa Halam Daoga (J) Niranjan Hojai is in a dilemma whether to cross the Indo-Bangladesh border to India or not to deliberate with his senior cadres to take a decision on the conditionalities set by the Union government for its ceasefire proposal.

More than a couple of days have passed since the Union Government came out with clear-cut conditions for the ceasefire offer, but Hojai is still undecided to cross over to India. A well-placed source told The Sentinel today that Hojai has agreed to come over ground to discuss the demands of the DHD-J with the government. “His (Hojai) offer is well known to the government and the armed forces establishment, yet his overtures never materialized,” stated a well-placed source while wondering on the DHD-J’s sincerity in the peace forays.

Hojai is learnt to have been choking his own plans to cross over to India from his bases in Bangladesh due to heavy security cordon in the border areas and the secret parleys that he is currently having with the senior ULFA and NDFB leadership in Bangladesh. Till filing of this report, the right reciprocation has not come from the DHD (J) leadership to the terms and conditions laid by the government. Another source said Niranjan Hojai was moving between Dhaka and some Bangladesh border towns located around the Meghalaya sector in the past few weeks. THE SENTINEL

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