Assam Police Identify mastermind

Guwahati: Union Home Minister P Chidambaram has admitted that there was prior intelligence input about the three bomb blasts in Guwahati, but just like a cat-and mouse chase, luck did not favour the Assam Police.
"On the evening of December 31 we had been informed about a possible attack, with a little bit of luck we could have caught them," claimed Chidambaram.
The finger of suspicion points towards the ULFA and the terror camps in Bangladesh.
Sources indicate that renegade elements in Bangladesh's military intelligence, DGFI, are also being suspected.
Assam Police has also released the photograph of Pranjal Deka, a 20-year old cadre belonging to the 709 battalion of the ULFA, the alleged mastermind of Thursday's blasts.
After the proof, Chidambaram's first meeting with the Unified Command - the three-tier command structure of the Army, the Assam police and Central paramilitary forces - clearly had its impact
"Anyone who threats the unity, integrity and is against sovereignty of the country will be dealt with by the security forces," Chidambaram said.
So other than putting pressure on Bangladesh to dismantle terror camps, the message was clear that there should be zero political interference when it comes to dealing with terror groups to avoid similar attacks in the future.