Sunil Nath

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Sunil Nath (Assamese: সুনীল নাথ), alias Siddhartha Phukan, was the former Central Publicity Secretary and spokesman of ULFA.[1][2] He had been holding the post from 1985 to 1992 when the ULFA was at its peak.[2] 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?]


On March 31, 1992, Nath came overground and surrendered to then chief minister of Assam Hiteswar Saikia. He led the first batch of the outfit to surrender.[1][2]

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  1. ^ a b "Cases against surrendered ultrasGovt has no clear-cut policy". Dec 7, 2000. Retrieved 13 December 2009. 
  2. ^ a b c Kashyap, Samudra Gupta (Nov 23, 2009). "Many top ULFA leaders in jail, only three out". Retrieved 13 December 2009.