ULFA (I) denies recruitment drive on social media
ULFA (I) denies recruitment drive on social media

ULFA (I), a banned group, denied organising a social media recruiting drive on Wednesday. The organisation has published a statement in this respect, alleging that police and other authorities have been creating fake Facebook pages in the name of the outfit in order to recruit jobless youths.

"We have been informed of some of the inputs that many persons from the media, police forces, and youth organisations have been falsely recruiting these youths and then displaying them detained for their (police and forces) vested interests," the statement added. "ULFA (I) wants to make it clear that the organisation is not conducting a social media recruiting drive," it said.

The group also claimed in the statement that it is part of a plot to smear its reputation and obtain advancement in the departments. "If the plot persists, the ULFA (I) will launch an armed attack against those responsible." 'We've already identified them," the message said. The unilateral ceasefire was extended for another three months in November 2021 by the United Liberation Front of Asom (ULFA) (I), led by Paresh Baruah.

On May 15, the outfit proclaimed a unilateral ceasefire in response to the COVID-19 crisis in Assam. It had prolonged its truce for another three months on the same ground. Despite the fact that the group had abstained from engaging in military activity throughout the ceasefire, there were indications that the group was recruiting new members.

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