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Assam: ULFA-I reforms it’s constitutional infrastructure

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The military outfit ULFA-I has reformed its constitutional infrastructure and appointed commander-in-chief of the outfit Paresh Baruah as the president of its Supreme Council.

Apart from Paresh Baruah, Lieutenant General Michael Asom and Major General Nayan Asom were appointed as members of the Supreme Council as well. 

It will be effective from September: ULFA-I

ULFA-I made a statement saying “Effective from September 4, the Defense Department of ULFA-I will continue as earlier, the Constitutional infrastructure to be stopped and to continue as mentioned below after a unanimous decision taken by the Central Executive Council”.

ULFA-I reforms its High Council

The ULFA-I has also reformed its High Council. Major General Nayan Asom has been appointed as president of the High Council, who is also a member of the Supreme Council. 

Arunudoy Asom, AZ Sironam Asom, and Samiran Asom have been appointed as members of the High Council.

ULFA-I also appoints members in Lower Council

Nayan Asom has been appointed as the president of the Lower Council as well. And on the other hand, a thirteen-member has also been appointed in Lower Council of the ULFA-I. And the thirteen members also includes- Brigadier A Z Sironam Asom,Cornel Ganesh Asom, Lt. Cornel Rupam Asom, Major Tibrajeet Asom, Lt. Colonel Pranmoy Asom, Major(retired) Dipankat Asom, Captain Biju Asom, Cornel Sujit Asom, Brigadier (retired) Samiran Asom etc. 

Nayan Asom has been appointed as the president of the Lower Council as well. And on the other hand, a thirteen-member has also been appointed in Lower Council of the ULFA-I. And the thirteen members also includes- Brigadier A Z Sironam Asom,Cornel Ganesh Asom, Lt. Cornel Rupam Asom, Major Tibrajeet Asom, Lt. Colonel Pranmoy Asom, Major(retired) Dipankat Asom, Captain Biju Asom, Cornel Sujit Asom, Brigadier (retired) Samiran Asom etc. 

*In 2020 Michael Asom was appointed as deputy commander-in-chief*

The outlawed United Liberation Front of Asom-Independent, or ULFA (I), has appointed Michael Asom as its new deputy commander-in-chief.

Asom has replaced Drishti Rajkhowa, who surrendered formally before the Army and Assam police on November 12, a statement issued by the outfit said on November 13.

A brief about ULFA-I

The United Liberation Front of Assam isone of the militant organisations in the northeast region, which was was formed on April 7, 1979, by Bhimakanta Buragohain, Rajiv Rajkonwar alias Arabinda Rajkhowa, Golap Baruah alias Anup Chetia, Samiran Gogoi alias Pradip Gogoi, Bhadreshwar Gohain and Paresh Baruah at the Rang Ghar in Sibsagar to establish a “sovereign socialist Assam” through an armed struggle.

The ULFA had clearly partitioned its political and military wing. Paresh Barua headed the ‘military wing’ as the outfit’s ‘commander-in-chief’. Arabinda Rajkhowa was the head of the ‘political wing’.

Paresh Baruah was the ‘commander in chief’ & the Deputy-Commander-in-Chief’ Raju Baruah, who was in the custody of Assam Police since December 2009, was released on bail on November 26, 2010.

However, The Government of India banned the organisation in 1990 citing it as a terrorist organisation, but the United States Department of State lists it under “other groups of concern.” 

ULFA-I demands for jobs for Indigenous people

Recently the banned outfit of Assam ULFA (I) have issued a statement that  it would carry out armed operations against the three Oil companies ONGC, OIL and IOCL if they don’t fulfil their demands. 

Recently the ULFA (I) has demanded permanent jobs for indigenous candidates of Assam and said Instead of contractual jobs, the ONGC, OIL and IOCL must provide permanent jobs to the indigenous candidates.

Also Read: ULFA-I warns OIL India to ensure permanent jobs for Assam’s candidates

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