2 Years After Failed First Attempt, Ulfa-i Cadre Makes It Home | Guwahati News

2 Years After Failed First Attempt, Ulfa-i Cadre Makes It Home | Guwahati News

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Guwahati: After failing in his first try to flee two years in the past, former Ulfa (I) self-styled captain Bikram Axom alias Nayan Patmaut lastly made it out of the “world where there is a way to enter but no way out and execution is the only punishment to the offenders”.
Bikram mentioned he had joined the outfit in 2010 with a dream of “Independent Assam” after being interested in Ulfa.However, after serving for greater than a decade, he mentioned he realised that his choice taken in 2010 to affix the outfit was incorrect.
“I understood that it is not possible to get independence through such an armed movement. Rather, it is better to return and join the path of working for the development of the state as well as the country,” he added.
He mentioned he had considered leaving the Ulfa (I)’s camp in Myanmar for the primary time in 2021, he didn’t succeed. “I tried to leave the camp two years ago. I contacted the additional DG (Special Branch) Hiren Chandra Nath. But I could not come. Thereafter, I was waiting for a chance to return as it is not easy to flee from the camp or return home,” he added.
Bikram mentioned he and Dipok Hatibaruah alias Dibya Axom have been despatched to Nagaland to recruit round 15 cadres on November 20. (*2*) he added.
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