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ULFA (pro-talk) group hope to speed up the peace process after Anup Chetia’s extradition

ULFA (pro-talk) group hope to speed up the peace process after Anup Chetia’s extradition
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ULFA (pro-talk) group hoped that, the peace talk process between the government and ULFA would be speed up after Bangladesh government had handed over top ULFA leader Anup Chetia to India.

ULFA (pro-talk) group hoped that, the peace talk process between the government and ULFA would be speed up after Bangladesh government had handed over top ULFA leader Anup Chetia to India.

ULFA (pro-talk) leader and Chairman Arobinda Rajkhowa and Vice-Chairman Pradip Gogoi said that, the entire peace process would be speed up and hopeful a fruitful solution would be finding.
“Since 2012, we are in peace process with the government and several meetings were held in past times. We and the people of Assam hope that, Anup Chetia will take part in the process,” Pradip Gogoi said.
On other hand, Monika Baruah wife of Anup Chetia aka Golap Baruah said that, people of Assam wait for the extradition since couple of years and after all Bangladesh government handed over Chetia to India.
“I hope, he (Anup Chetia) will reach in his mother land soon,” Monika Baruah said.
After 18 years, Bangladesh government on Wednesday handed over the General Secretary of ULFA to India.
Anup Chetia was arrested from a house in Mohammedpur area outskirts of Dhaka on December 21, 1997 under the Foreigners Act and the Passports Act for illegally carrying foreign currencies and a satellite phone.
The top separatist ULFA leader was sentenced to seven years of imprisonment by a Bangladeshi court and was being held at Kashimpur Jail in the country.
Chetia sought political asylum in Bangladesh in thrice in 2005, 2008 and 2011.
(Reporting by Hemanta Kumar Nath)
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