The ULFA (I) said in its email that we know you are recruiting your employees from outside Assam, not recruiting local youths from the state and warned that these would be a win for both the corporate and the state. Is the opposite of spirit.
Restricted Organization ULFA (I).
The banned organization ULFA (I) issued a notice to a major tea company on Thursday asking it to immediately transfer its administrative office to Assam and hire local people of the state, failing which it prevented them from doing business in Assam. Will go. The United Liberation Front of Assom (Independent) sent an email to Amalgamated Plantations Private Limited (APPL), a copy of which has also been sent to media institutions.
The notice is signed by the self-styled Capt. Rumel Asom, a member of the ULFA (I) Publicity Department. According to the statement, we appreciate that you are in a profitable business and in such a situation you should consider your corporate plan. However, you have a heavy responsibility on this land and its people. Your main office is outside Assam with no local employees from Assam. The liaison office is also not there in Assam.
APPL came into existence 10 years ago in collaboration with the then Tata Tea Limited (now Tata Global Beverages Limited or TGBL) to operate tea gardens in West Bengal and Assam. APPL is headquartered in Kolkata while its corporate office is in Guwahati. APPL managing director Vikram Singh Gulia could not be contacted for a statement.
The ULFA (I) said in its email that we know you are recruiting your employees from outside Assam, not recruiting local youths from the state and warned that these would be a win for both the corporate and the state. Is the opposite of spirit. The ULFA (I) warned that company officials would not be allowed to travel in Assam and that APPL would face ruin if their demands were not met by the closure of the tea gardens. According to the company’s website, it is the second largest tea producer in the country.
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