GUWAHATI: A tripartite

peace agreement

between the



Assam government

and the pro-talks faction of


is likely by this


, Ulfa general secretary Anup Chetia told TOI.
Both Chetia and Ulfa “foreign secretary” Sasadhar Choudhury arrived in Delhi on Monday and are likely to meet the Centre’s interlocutor, AK Mishra, on Tuesday. The two are also likely to meet home minister

Amit Shah

before the signing of the accord.

A couple of weeks ago, Assam CM

Himanta Biswa Sarma

had said the peace pact is likely to be signed this year-end or by January. He said the final touches are being given to the proposed pact, which will incorporate political, economic and cultural safeguards as well as land rights demands made by the group.

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