Meanwhile, ULFA chairman, Arbainda Rajkhowa held a long meeting with the banned outfit's deputy commander-in chief, Raju Baruah, vice-president, Pradip Gogoi, foreign secretary Sashadhar Choudhury, finance secretary, Chitraban Hazarika and publicity secretary, Mithinga Daimary in Guwahati Central Jail.
Jail sources said the meeting, which began in the late evening of Friday, continued till the following morning.ULFA-constituted Peoples Consultative Group member Lachit Bordoloi said "it is good that the ULFA top leaders are holding discussions among themselves. But an open environment away from jail will benefit them."
Rajkhowa, who was held by BSF near Indo-Bangladesh border in Tripura on December two, has been accorded special status as a political prisoner as per government instructions, jail sources said. Special food and other facilities are being provided to the ULFA chairman, the sources added.