Thursday, December 3, 2009

ULFA Chairman Arabinda Rajkhowa not arrested

NETV Bureau, Guwahati
Confusion prevails over arrest of ULFA chairman Arabinda Rajkhowa in Bangladesh. According to media report, Bangladesh authorities have captured Rajkhowa along with central publicity secretary Apurba Baruah alias Bhaity in Dhaka on Sunday night. The major development comes up at a time when both the countries have vowed to dismantle terror infrastructure. The report said Rajkhowa will be air dashed to Guwahati on Thursday morning. Even as the arrest has made sensation in several quarters at a time when various circles are demanding the government for holding peace talks with the outfit. What surprising is that ULFA chairman Rajkhowa made a telephone call to our managing editor Ajit Kumar Bhuyan saying that he was surprised at the media report of his detention. Rajkhowa also denied his arrest in Bangladesh. But there are reports that Rakhowa along with Apurba was handed over to Assam Police by the BDR along Indo- Bangla border. The arrest was made acting on some input by four top Assam Police officials and military intelligence. However, both India and Bangladesh authorities have yet to formally announce the development but they have not denied the media report which is spreading like wildfire from early this morning. However, Rajkhowa in an exclusive telephonic conversation with NETV said that the reports were totally false and that he is still in the camps. He further added that the truth will come our on Friday, i.e. 5th December. He also informed that such confusions were being created to derail the peace process and people involved in this do not want a solution to the ULFA problem. source:

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