Central Govt Resolves Bodoland Issue in Assam

The long-standing demand of a separate state in the northeast is expected to stop. Four factions seeking separate Bodoland in Assam have decided to leave the path of violence. On Monday, the NDFB entered into an agreement with the Assam government in the presence of Union Home Minister Amit Shah, under which Bodoland will no longer be sought.

A separate state was being led by the National Democratic Front of Bodoland (NDFB), but the picture changed completely after the government took a tough stand.

Union Home Minister Amit Shah said, “Today Centre, Assam Govt and Bodo representatives have signed an important agreement. This agreement will ensure a golden future for Assam and for the Bodo people.”

According to this agreement, NDFB factions will leave the path of violence, surrender their weapons & disband their armed organizations within a month of signing the deal.

Union Home Minister Amit Shah said, “1550 cadres along with 130 weapons will surrender on 30th January. As the Home Minister, I want to assure all representatives that all promises will be fulfilled in a time-bound manner.”

This Bodoland movement became violent since 1987, 2823 civilians have lost their lives in the conflict. 949 Bodo cadre and 239 security forces have also lost their lives in this movement.

Two days ago, A total of 644 militants belonging to eight banned organizations of Assam surrendered before the state Chief Minister Sabarnand Sonowal on Thursday. The eight banned organisations were:

  • United Liberation Front Assam (ULFA)
  • National Democratic Front of Boroland (NDFB)
  • Rabha National Liberation Front (RNLF)
  • Kamatapur Liberation Organization (KLO)
  • CPI (Maoist)
  • National Liberation Front Of Bengali (NLFB).
  • National Santhal Liberation Army (NSLA)
  • Adivashi Dragon Fighter (ADF)

Also Read: 644 Terrorists Surrendered In Assam

Prime Minister Narendra Modi said, “Today is a very special day for India. The Accord with Bodo groups, which has been inked today will lead to transformative results for the Bodo people. “

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