All Cadres of Newly Formed Group United Liberation of Bodoland (ULB) Surrenders
Further Assam Chief Minister Dr Himanta Biswa Sarma wrote, "We welcome them to join our effort to build a beautiful and prosperous Assam."
GUWAHATI: All the cadres of the newly formed group United Liberation of Bodoland (ULB) have returned home today and surrendered before the Assam Police.
Further Assam top cop GP Singh in a tweet wrote, "Following the directions of Hon @CMOfficeAssam the @assampolice has motivated the cadres of newly formed United Liberation of Bodoland to return Home. We are delighted to have them back home. A welcome step towards peaceful, beautiful prosperous Assam."
Earlier, nine cadres of the newly formed terrorist organization ULB have been apprehended by Assam Police from Bodoland Territorial Region districts. A large number of documents including demand notes, a list of cadres and grenades have been recovered in searches.
Meanwhile, Assam Chief Minister Himanta Biswa Sarma wrote-
United Liberation of Bodoland is a new militant outfit that has been formed by some youths demanding a separate Bodo state. In a video, that has gone viral on social media, it is seen that a group of youths donning military camouflage and wearing black face cover resented against the Boro Peace Treaty signed among the Centre, the Assam government and former militant groups of the BTAD.
A youth, who is thought as the leader of the group, christened as United Liberation of Bodoland (ULB) said that they are not happy with the Peace Treaty and hence they returned to the jungle. "We have got a small piece of land as per the Boro Peace Treaty. It could not fulfil our hopes and aspirations. So, we have returned to the jungle. We demand separate Boro state", the youth said with folded hands.