NALBARI, May 15 - The pro-talk ULFA leaders Raju Baruah and Chitraban Hazarika has strongly opposed the proposed Citizenship (Amendment) Bill, 2016.
“It will pose a serious threat to the Assamese people if the Bill turns into a law,” both the leaders opined. Speaking in a Bihu function held at Chariya village in Nalbari district, Baruah and Hazarika said that the militant outfit in its executive meeting held a year back passed a resolution protesting the proposed Citizenship (Amendment) Bill and had submitted a memorandum before the Joint Parliamentary Committee (JPC).
They said that the militant outfit has been working for the interest of the indigenous people of the State and is committed to continue their work. ULFA’s finance secretary Hazarika stated that a section of people have been trying to mislead the people against the ULFA. He called upon the people not to believe in such type of false campaign against them.