'ULFA acts may endanger Assamese in rest of India'
She says Assamese living outside Assam may be in danger due to public resentment against the massacre.Updated: Jan 08, 2007 17:09 IST
Condemning the recent massacre in Assam of migrants from Hindi speaking belts by ULFA militants, Maharashtra Pradesh Congress Committee (MPCC) spokesperson Sanjay Nirupam on Monday said it "may endanger the lives of Assamese living elsewhere in the country."
"The killings, mostly of Bihari migrants in Assam, are deplorable as these people were in Assam in search of jobs," Nirupam, former Rajya Sabha member, said.
Nirupam said "ULFA terrorists should realise that lives of Assamese living outside Assam may be in danger due to public resentment against the massacre."
First Published: Jan 08, 2007 17:09 IST