Himanta Biswa Sarma denied reports about his differences with ULFA-I peace talks.
Himanta Biswa Sarma denied reports about his differences with ULFA-I peace talks. He also iterated that his govt is hopeful for negotiations with the outfit.
ssam Chief Minister Himanta Biswa Sarma today dismissed any kind of new differences between the government and the ULFA-Independent as far as the peace process is concerned. Rejecting media reports, Chief Minister Sarma expressed hope that efforts will yield efforts and long pending issues will be resolved through talks.
Tending to a question and answer session, Mr Sarma said Prime Minister Narendra Modi and Union Home Minister Amit Shah have been quick to take care of issues of the North East with the goal that the district can stay joined in the way of progress and thriving.
Found out if the issue of the prohibited ULFA-I is supposed to be settled soon, the main priest said this isn’t connected with the whole NE district yet is Assam’s “inside issue”.
“Line questions, flood, issues connected with zap, correspondence, web network and others are connected with the North East. We will manage these and make the district solid and prosperous in accordance with the vision of the state leader and the home pastor,” he said.
ULFA(I) boss Paresh Barua sees Assam according to an alternate point of view while “we do it with a specific goal in mind and will determine the issue through talks”, Mr Sarma said.
He, in any case, didn’t intricate whether chats with the prohibited outfit would be held soon.
The outfit has been broadening the truce at regular intervals from that point forward yet there has been no declaration in regards to dealings with the prohibited association.
Mr Sarma found last year said harmony chats with the restricted outfit could advance assuming that it was ready to examine complaints and issues other than sway.