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ULFA denies reports of chief’s death

DNMUM425746 | 11/8/2018 | Author : Pooja Mehta | WC :267 | India

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New Delhi: The United Liberation Front of Asom (Independent) has denied news reports that had claimed its commander-in-chief Paresh Baruah died in an accident on Wednesday. Hours after a report appeared in the Look East online news magazine, the ULFA released a statement refuting the report.
“We have noticed that a fake news with regard to our vice-chairman cum chief of staff, Major General Paresh Baruah Asom, has been circulated in a section of media about his so-called accident and death. We would like to clarify that our leader is safe and sound and has not met with any accident. This is a hoax message being spread by people with vested interests. We appeal to the people of Asom not to believe in this kind of propaganda regar
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