After the court’s judgment, her elder brother Arindom told The Quint:
“We are awaiting her return home. It has been 64 days since she’s been away. This is the longest she has been away from home. She rarely spent time outside. Everyone at home is happy that she is coming back. We were all worried.”
He added that she was neither a member of ULFA-I nor had any desire to become one.
Buragohain was released subject to the following conditions:
That she will abstain from committing similar offences to the one she has been accused of.
That she will cooperate with the Investigating Officer as and when required.
That she will not directly or indirectly make any inducement, threat, or promise to any person acquainted with the facts of the case.
The post, in Assamese, read: “One more step toward the sun of freedom. Once again, I will commit treason.”
According to the First Information Report (FIR), the lines written by the student “were an implicit endorsement of the ULFA-I” and pointed toward a larger “criminal conspiracy” and “intent to wage war against the Indian government.”