Guwahati (Agencies): "We have already apprised the people of Assam that we will not compromise on the issue of Assam's sovereignty and the question of supporting the talks does not arise," anti-talk faction publicity in-charge Arunodoy Dohotiya said in an e-mail.

He claimed that ULFA Chairman Arabinda Rajkhowa and other leaders had to sit for the talks since they were now under the control of the "enemy camp".

The anti-talk faction had also issued a statement yesterday threatening armed struggle and appealing to people to boycott meetings organised by Congress ministers, legislators and other leaders.

Prime Minister Manmohan Singh has, however, downplayed the threats to the Congress issued by the outfit's Paresh Barua faction ahead of Assam Assembly polls and asserted that peace talks with the ULFA held a "good future".