Assam: Big success of BJP rule, end of this dispute due to surrender of Bodo separatist
Assam: Big success of BJP rule, end of this dispute due to surrender of Bodo separatist

Assam has been troubled for decades because of violence. But now hopes of lasting peace in Assam have increased. Four groups of the National Democratic Federation of Bodoland (NDFB), demanding separate Bodoland, have decided to leave the path of violence. Representatives of these organizations and Assam Chief Minister Sarbananda Sonewal will sign the pact in the presence of Union Home Minister Amit Shah on Monday in this regard. Political rights and economic packages can be given.

Regarding the matter, a senior Home Ministry official said that the effort for permanent peace in Assam was a long-standing effort for the Bodo problem. In this connection, 644 cadres of Bodo separatist groups surrendered to the Chief Minister of Assam on Thursday. 15 days earlier, 50 cadres belonging to a faction living in Myanmar came to India and surrendered with weapons. This raised hopes of a final solution to this problem.

For your information, let us you that among the four factions that are going to be compromised on Monday, Ranjan Damari, Govinda Basumatary, Dhiren Baro and B.C. Includes the faction led by Saoraragara. B Aoraragra took over the leadership of the IK Songbijit faction in 2015. It is alleged that Songbejit ordered the killing of 70 tribals in December 2014. After which he was removed. Under the agreement, Damari, who was jailed two days ago, was released. All four are coming to Delhi to sign the agreement.

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