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ULFA (I) Condemns Threat to Assam CM, urges "Sikhs For Justice" to Reconsider Approach"

  • Posted on April 3, 2023
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 On Sunday, the security of CM Himanta Biswa Sarma was intensified by the Assam Police following the emergence of an audio clip, allegedly featuring a pro-Khalistan leader issuing a threat against him.

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 The ULFA-I has penned an open letter to "Sikhs For Justice," a pro-Khalistani organization, following its threat to the Chief Minister of Assam, Himanta Biswa Sarma. The ULFA-I conveyed their dissatisfaction with the concerns raised by "Sikhs For Justice," clarifying that the situation is regrettable and has been misconstrued.

 

 

The ULFA-I explained that during the nationwide outbreak of anti-Sikhism after "Operation Bluestar" in 1984, the Tholgiri community in Assam did not subject Sikhs residing in Assam or the West-South-East Asia [WeSEA] region to any mental or physical harm. ULFA-I stressed that no incident of violence or harassment was reported against Sikhs during that time in Assam or WeSEA, which indicates the Tholgiri community's traditional values of kindness and benevolence.

 

The ULFA-I also emphasized the intolerability of brutal torture inflicted upon individuals, referencing the detention of eight members of 'Khalistan and Waris Punjab De' in Dibrugarh jail. They clarified that they have not come across any news that contradicts the Tholgiri community's principles in Assam and predicted that the current situation will mirror that of 1984.

 

ULFA-I urged the leaders of "Sikhs For Justice" to avoid making unwanted comments and to acknowledge the positive actions of Assam's political leaders and people during past difficult situations. This letter was written against the backdrop of escalating tensions between "Sikhs For Justice" and the Assam government regarding the detention of eight Khalistani activists.

 

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