With Congress government coming back to power in Assam, the ongoing peace talks between ULFA and Government may no take place in June, as per Asomiya Pratidin ( an Assamese daily, published from Guwahati) report. Even Tarun Gogoi who has led Congress for Hat-trick in Assam, had told reporters that, his priority would be to continue the peace process in Assam.
It is also reported that pro-talk ULFA leaders would visit Dhaka to convince Anup Chetia, one of founder member of ULFA and currently lodged in Dhaka jail, for participation in the peace talks.
Pro-Talk ULFA leaders like Arabinda Rajkhowa, Chitraban Hazarika, Mithinga Daimari, Shasha Choudhuri etc. had take part in informal discussion with PM Manmohan Singh and Home Minister P Chidambaram in February this year.
In the proposed talks in June, the issue related to designated camps, security of ULFA leaders etc. would be discussed.
Pro-talk ULFA leaders are also examining issues listed by Sammilito Jatio Abhivartan ( a group led by intellectuals in Assam) to put up for discussion.
Most probably, peace talks with ULFA would be mostly benefited by the recent Congress victory in Assam.