The answer must contain a detailed analysis of the Strike of the Bodo Agreement and the threats it could pose to the non-Bodo of Assam, and what needs to be done to tackle this problem. Interior Minister Amit Shah on an agreement with the factions of the National Democratic Front of Bodoland: 1550 cadres and 130 weapons will appear on 30 January. As Minister of the Interior, I would like to assure all representatives that all promises will be kept over time. pic.twitter.com/PNDGYFdyYZ After the agreement, the NDFB factions will leave the path of violence, surrender their weapons and disband their armed organizations within a month of the signing of the agreement. Background: The Ministry of the Interior (MHA), the Assam government and the Bodo groups have signed an agreement to redefine and rename the Bodoland Territorial District (BTAD) in Assam. On 27 January 2020, the Ministry of the Interior, the Assam government and Bodo groups, including the Union of Students and Activist Organizations, signed an agreement. The article highlights possible events later on. Under the agreement, villages that are dominated by Bodos and which were currently outside the BTAD would be included and those that were not Bodo would be excluded. Please briefly explain the details of the recently signed agreement. The new agreement offers more hope than previous agreements.
Some of the most powerful factions of the Bodoland Democratic National Front, which had been sidelined from previous agreements in 1993 and 2003, are on board. It is significant that stakeholders have agreed that the updated policies should remain limited to the area of greater autonomy within the State of Assam. The stakeholders have abandoned the requirement of the separation of the State and the territory of the Union. Then you go further to explain the concerns related to it – the social policy challenge, the concerns among the mountain tribes, the possible ripple effect of the Bodo Pact, etc. The agreement does not, to date, address the issue of citizenship or work permits for non-btAD residents, which must be renamed bodoland Territorial Region (BTR). Signing the agreement would end the 50-year-old Bodo crisis. The Centre, the Assam government and the Bodo groups have signed an agreement for peace and development. भी पढ़ें: पीएम मोदी बोले-ब्रू-शरणार्थियों, संकट खत्म, में बसाए जाएंगे 34,000 लोग For the network: the bodo delay, requests, concerns and ways to tackle it. केंद्रीय गृह मंत्री की मौजूदगी में 27 जनवरी, 2020 को राजधानी दिल्ली में दशकों पुरानी बोडो समस्या के समाधान के लिये एक त्रिपक्षीय समझौते पर हस्ताक्षर किये गए। इस समझौते में भारत सरकार, असम राज्य सरकार और बोडोलैंड आंदोलन से जुड़े उग्रवादी समूहों के प्रतिनिधि भी शामिल हुए। इस समझौते में असम प्रतिबंधित उग्रवादी संगठन “डेमोक्रेटिक फ्रंट ऑफ बोडोलैंड” (Boroland Democratic National Front- NDFB) साथ बोडोलैंड आंदोलन “संगठनों” भी शामिल थे। इस बड़े समझौते के एक दिन पहले असम बम धमाकों से दहल गया था.