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Formal talks with ULFA after January 26
Published on 14 Jan. 2011 12:38 AM IST
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The Government has reportedly decided to start formal talks with the outlawed ULFA later this month. The talks, expected immediately after Republic Day, will be held in Guwahati and will decide on issues like setting up of designated camps to house ULFA cadres who will come out from hiding as part of the understanding arrived at with the ULFA leadership. Before the ensuing state assembly polls, the road map of the ULFA-Government talks is expected to be finalized. The Government will be represented by its interlocutor PC Haldar while ULFA chairman Arabinda Rajkhowa is set to lead his group at the talks. The government has confirmed receiving a formal request from the ULFA to make arrangements to ensure the presence of its detained general secretary Anup Chetia who is in Bangladesh since his 1997 arrest for illegal entry. New Delhi is taking up the matter with Dhaka but the talks are expected to actually start even as the process to have Anup Chetia over has begun.

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