Following an agreement reached in 1993, Bodoland became an autonomous administrative unit, constituted under the sixth plan of the Indian Constitution, with an area of 8,795 km2, managed by the Bodoland Autonomous Council. Assam`s Chief Minister Sarbananda Sonowal also signed the pact as one of the witnesses. Shortly after the agreement was signed, Prime Minister Narendra Modi said he was inserting a new dawn of peace, harmony and cohabitation. At a rally in Kokrajhar, Assam, Prime Minister Modi announced a package of 1500 Rs.-Crore for the Bodo areas. The central government package will use the areas defined under the 2020 Bodo peace agreement to carry out development work in the region and contribute to improving infrastructure and employment opportunities. The Prime Minister said: “After the signing of this historic agreement with the Bodo organisations, the development of the Bodo territories is at the forefront of our government. Work on a large R.1,500 Crore package has begun. We will focus on the ease of life and ensure that Bodos benefits fully from the government`s programmes. 12) 27 January 2020: as ABSU continued its movement to create a Bodoland state and the NDFB conducted coup and run operations, several rounds of negotiations with New Delhi culminated on Monday in the signing of the third Bodo agreement. 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 1996: however, this agreement did not yield much, because the agreement was not properly implemented. Delhi: the Indian government signs a tripartite agreement with representatives of all factions of the National Democratic Front of Bodoland (NDFB) banned from the Ministry of the Interior (MHA); Interior Minister Amit Shah and Assam CM Sarbananda Sonowal pic.twitter.com/Knyebw7WSo In the presence of the Union`s Minister of the Interior, Amit Shah, the tripartite agreement was signed by the leaders of the four factions of the NDFB, ABSU and the People`s Organization (UBPO). Joint Secretary to the Ministry of the Interior Satyendra Garg; And Assam General Secretary Kumar Sanjay Krishna. Interior Minister Amit Shah said on the occasion that the central government, the Government of Assam and representatives of Bodo have signed this historic agreement. That this agreement will secure the bright future of the people of Assam and the Bodo tribe. The agreement will give the Community certain political rights and some economic packages.