United Liberation Front of Assam

Rebel organisation operating in state of Assam, India

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United Liberation Front of Assam: Rebel organisation operating in state of Assam, India
The United Liberation Front of Assam (ULFA) is a designated revolutionary rebel organisation operating in the Indian state of Assam. It seeks to establish an independent state of Assam with armed struggle in the Assam conflict. The Government of India banned the organisation in 1990 citing it as a terrorist organisation, while the United States Department of State lists it under "other groups of concern."


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