List of top ULFA leaders

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This is a list of top ULFA leaders. Some of them are founder members and 16 are from the Central Committee, the supreme authority of decision-making of the outfit.

Political Wing[edit]

Name Real Name Aliases Designation Other Info Status
Arabinda Rajkhowa Rajiv Rajkonwar[1][2] Mijanur Rahman Choudhury[2] Chairman Founder leader
Central Committee member
Released under bail by Gauhati High Court
Pradip Gogoi Samiran Gogoi[1] Vice-Chairman Founder leader
Central Committee member
Released under bail by Gauhati High Court
Anup Chetia Golap Baruah [1] Sunil Baruah
Bhaijan
Ahmed
General Secretary Founder leader
Central Committee member
Arrested and Jailed in Kashimpur Jail in Bangladesh
Bon Hazarika Assistant General Secretary
Bolin Das Assistant Secretary Arrested
Ashanta Bagh Phukan Tarun Phukan Organization Secretary Central Comity Member Missing
Chitrabon Hazarika Ashfaqul Hossein[3] Finance Secretary Central Committee member Released under bail by Gauhati High Court
Ramu Mech Prabin Konwar,
Sailen Barua[4]
Assistant Finance Secretary Given retirement by the Organization and released by Guwahati High Court due to his illness.
Sashadhar Choudhury Sailen Choudhury [1] Rafiqul Islam[2][3] Foreign Secretary Central Committee member Released under bail by Gauhati High Court
Navajyoti Hazarika Assistant Foreign Relation Officer
Bhimkanta Buragohain Bishnujyoti Buragohain Mama & Sir Advisor and ideologue Founder leader
Central Committee member
Also called the father of ULFA
Dead
Mithinga Daimary Deepak Kachari Megan Kachari
Central Publicity Secretary Central Comity Member Arrested in Bhutan in 2003 and release on bail from Guwahati Central Jail on February 25, 2010.
Pranati Deka Cultural Secretary Central Committee member Released under bail by Gauhati High Court

Military Wing[edit]

Name Real Name Aliases Designation Other Info Status
Paresh Baruah Paban Baruah [1] Kamruj Zaman Khan Commander in Chief Founder leader
Central Committee member
Wanted
Raju Baruah Hitesh Kalita [2][5] Anees Ahmed[2] Deputy Commander in Chief Central Committee member Released on Bail [6]
Bening Rabha SO to COS Missing
Robin Neog SO to COS Missing
Kamal Borah Chief Training Officer
Samarjit Chaliha QM GHQ/Dir Surrendered
Chakra Gohain OIC Arms Surrendered
Amal Narzary Action Group Commander
Tapan Baruah Madan Das Jayanta Handique Battalion Commander Founder Commander of 28th Battalion Killed in an encounter with Indian Army in 18 May, 2002
Chintamani Hazarika Central Auditor Surrendered
Neelu Chakraborty Office Secretary Missing
Manik Sarma Medical Officer
Bhaskar Dutta Political Affairs Officer Surrendered
Bhaskar Choudhury RT IC
Prahlad Saikia Camp Adjt
Manas Gogoi WT IC
Drishti Rajkhowa Deputy C-in-C[7]

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b c d e "Most Wanted". Assam Police. Retrieved 5 December 2009. 
  2. ^ a b c d e Karmakar, Rahul (December 7, 2009). "Ulfa leaders’ children speak Bengali, not Assamese". Hindustan Times. Retrieved 8 December 2009. 
  3. ^ a b "Dhaka to follow pushback formula - Bangladesh to detain, not arrest". The Telegraph (Calcutta, India). (Monday , November 9 , 2009). Retrieved 2009-11-09.  Check date values in: |date= (help)
  4. ^ Correspondent (24 June 2006). "ULFA leaders and cases against them". The Shillong Times. Retrieved 8 December 2009. 
  5. ^ Karmakar, Rahul (December 5, 2009). "ULFA’s Paresh Baruah fights a lone battle". Hindustan Times. Retrieved 5 December 2009. 
  6. ^ Times of Assam
  7. ^ "ULFA Hardliner forms new Central Committee – Arabinda Rajkhowa & Raju Baruah Expelled". Times of Assam. November 23, 2011. Retrieved 17 November 2013. 


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