Following the agreement, the NDFB factions will leave the path of violence, surrender their weapons and disband their armed organizations within one month of the signing of the agreement. The EU government and the Government of Assam will take the necessary steps to rehabilitate more than 1,500 executives from NDFB (P), NDFB (RD) and NDFB (S) in accordance with government policy. The agreement with the NDFB, which provides permanent settlement of 30,000 refugees in Tripura, also marks the beginning of the progress of the Centre for Infrastructure and Economic Development in the region, the president added. On this occasion, Shri Shah described this important opportunity as a vanguard of a golden future for Assam and a direct consequence of Prime Minister Shri Narendra Modi`s policy of focusing on the development of the northeastern region. The realization of this vision is also reflected in the Bru Reang agreement signed on 16 January 2020 to end the humanitarian crisis in Meghalaya and Tripura, the recent handover of 644 armed cadres to Assam and the handover of 88 armed NLFT cadres to Tripura to lead them to today`s dominant agreement. The agreement was signed in the presence of the Minister of the Interior, Mr. Amit Shah, Chief Ministers n. Tripura and Mizoram, senior officials and officials. According to the agreement, tripura will welcome about 34,000 refugees from Bru with a package of about 600 nurseries for their settlement and complete development. The agreement is seen as a turning point for lasting peace and prosperity in the region, which is characterized by ethnic conflict and conflict.
It is seen as an important step in the Centre`s agenda to integrate the Northeast region and solve long-term eternal problems to reach the slogan „Sabka sath Sabka Vikas Sabkas Vishwas“. After the signing of this historic agreement with the Bodo organizations, the development of the Bodo territories is at the forefront of our government. Work on a full package of 1500 Rs.Crore has begun. We will place particular emphasis on ease of life and ensure that Bodos takes full advantage of government programs. A few days before this historic Bodo agreement, Shah presided over the signing of an agreement between the Centre and the governments of Tripura and Mizoram, as well as representatives of the Bru-Reang in New Delhi, to end a 23-year crisis of these refugees. This agreement allows the permanent installation of the Bru-Reangs in Tripura, and the rehabilitation package will cost 600 kronor. In a historic and pioneering event, an agreement was signed on 16 January 2020 in New Delhi between the Indian government, the government of Tripura and mizoram and the Community of Bru to end the 23-year-old refugee crisis. Shri Shah stated, in view of the main features of the agreement, that the objective of the Protocol was to extend the scope and powers of the BTC and to streamline its operation; solve problems related to Bodo people residing outside the territorial districts of Bodoland (BTAD); promoting and protecting Bodo`s social, cultural, linguistic and ethnic identities; providing legal protection of the land rights of tribal members; ensure the rapid development of tribal areas and rehabilitate members of NDFB groups. The current agreement provides for the creation of a Commission, in accordance with Section 14 of the Sixth Calendar of the Constitution of India, which will recommend the inclusion or exclusion of tribal members in villages bordering BTAD DE areas. This commission will include, in addition to the State Government, representatives of ABSU and BTC. It will make its recommendation within six months of the notification date.
Alongside Shah, minister Biplab`s chief tripura Kumar Deb, mizoram Minister Zoramthanga, Northeast Democratic Alliance President Himanta Biswa Sarma, the offspring of the Tripura royal family, Pradyot Kishore Debbarma and Bru`s representatives were present at the signing of the agreement.