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GP Singh convenes closed-door session to address growing ULFA-I challenge

Following ULFA-I's public acknowledgment of the implicit challenge from Assam Police DGP GP Singh, a crucial closed-door meeting transpired at the DGP office in Ulubari, Guwahati, on Thursday afternoon.

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Following ULFA-I’s public acknowledgment of the implicit challenge from Assam Police DGP GP Singh, a crucial closed-door meeting transpired at the DGP office in Ulubari, Guwahati, on Thursday afternoon.

As per preliminary details, GP Singh led the session alongside Additional Superintendents of Police (ASPs) from the security division representing each district in the state.

Key decisions were made during the meeting, encompassing security measures in response to the banned group’s activities, particularly in each district affected by grenade blasts.

Three individuals believed to be associated with the proscribed United Liberation Front of Asom-Independent (ULFA-I) were apprehended in the Maligaon vicinity of Guwahati on December 19.

The alleged members had been dwelling in BBC Colony within the Pandu region. The individuals were recognized as Asim Adhikari, Rupjyoti Das, and Moon Debnath.

These arrests were made following the three consecutive blasts, held on December 9, December 14, and November 22. On December 9 at the 149 CRPF in Joysagar, Sivasagar district. Another curious explosion shook the surroundings of the Lichubari Army camp in Jorhat, Assam, on December 14. Again, on November 22, a grenade detonated outside an Army camp in Dirak, Tinsukia district, causing no reported casualties. This event follows closely one after another, with ULFA-I asserting responsibility for the events.

A few days earlier, GP Singh dared the banned group to focus their attention on him rather than endangering civilians. In response, ULFA-I accepted the challenge and presented specific conditions, requesting the DGP to move around the city without any security personnel.

On the other hand, the armed group claimed in their communication that the youths they apprehended and arrested have no connection whatsoever with ULFA-I or any recent military operations conducted by the outfit.

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