Dr Hemanta biswas Sharma, the newly elected chief minister of Assam after taking the charge
called United liberation front of Asom-independent(ULFA) chief Paresh barua for a peaceful
conversation with both the centre and the state so that the active insurgency group in the state
gives up violence and negotiates with the administration to ensure peace and prosperity in the
state."Violence, kidnapping, extortion can never solve problems, it only makes things
complicated.Therefore, our government appeals to all militant groups to come to the negotiation
table and play a role in restoring peace in the state," Mr Sarma said.
During the campaigning period of the election prime minister Narendra Modi urged the militants
to surrender and come back to the mainstream so that "Atmanirvar Assam" can be created. Mr
Sharma tends to be the first chief minister of the state who invites the militant organisation to
come for a peaceful talk and resolve the issues.
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