Sunil Nath (Assamese: সুনীল নাথ), alias Siddhartha Phukan, was the former Central Publicity Secretary and spokesman of ULFA. He had been holding the post from 1985 to 1992 when the ULFA was at its peak. The charge was later taken over by Mithinga Daimary. Now he is a columnist and the editor of the assamese daily Asomiya Khobor and e-journal Voice of Assam. He writes on insurgency and development issues related to Assam in several newspapers and academic journal within and outside the state.[original research?]
- "Cases against surrendered ultrasGovt has no clear-cut policy". Dec 7, 2000. Retrieved 13 December 2009.
- Kashyap, Samudra Gupta (Nov 23, 2009). "Many top ULFA leaders in jail, only three out". Indianexpress.com. Retrieved 13 December 2009.
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