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Dibrugarh, Feb 20: Assam chief minister Sarbananda Sonowal on Saturday appealed to Ulfa-I chief Paresh Baruah to released both the employees of Oil India Limited.

Talking to newsmen in Dibrugarh, CM Sonowal said, “We appealed Ulfa-I to released the employees of OIL on humanitarian ground. Our doors are always open for talks. Therefore, we appealed Ulfa-I chief Paresh Baruah to shun violence path and come to dialogue because through dialogue and peaceful talks problems can be solved,”.

He further said, “Many insurgency groups have shun violence path and come to peace talks. Recently, many rebel groups have surrendered and ready for dialogue,”.

Pranab Kumar Gogoi, a drilling Superintendent from Assam, and Ram Kumar, a radio operator from Bihar, employed with Quippo Oil and Gas Infrastructure Limited, a Delhi-based company, were abducted from the Company’s drilling location in Arunachal Pradesh’s Changlang district on December 21.

In a statement on Friday, the outfit mentioned that their negotiation with the company between February 16 to 19 had been rendered “fruitless” and “final actions” against the duo will be taken after completion of a week from last Friday.

ULFA-I had demanded a ransom of Rs 20 crore for the release of the two employees and had set a deadline of February 17 for the company.

Speaking to media, G. Ramesh, executive director and state level coordinator of Indian Oil Corporation Limited(IOCL) appealed Ulfa-I to released both the employees of Quippo Oil and Gas Infrastructure Limited.

“Both the employees are not direct employee of IOCL, they are working for Quippo. We appealed the rebel outfit to released them as soon as possible,”.

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