Actually, the society needs to be wary of such people and thwart their evil machitions of acting as saviours from being ruthless killers. And the ideal way of dealing such elements is to deny them that public space that they so eagerly seek to perpetuate themselves. To put the records straight, Ulfa (or its surrendered brigade) can’t be a symbol of Assamese community in as much as various factions of NDFB or former BLT leaders of the Bodo community. The same holds for other communities as well – like the NSCN, NLFT, HNLC, GNLA, DHD, etc. It’s wrong to associate these trigger-happy elements with any community for they are neither representatives nor yaks (heroes) or saviours of any community. Don’t they say terrorism has no religion?