Bodoland Territorial Region Agreement

Shri Shah said that the territorial integrity of Assam is guaranteed by this agreement, because each Bodo group is on board. He stressed that in the past, the Northeastern states felt neglected, but modi assured that an EU minister would visit the region weekly to ensure effective implementation of government programs and to complete infrastructure projects in a timely manner. The booking of jobs and other opportunities for non-tribal youth in the BTAD region, in accordance with government regulations. The region is one of the most underdeveloped and lagging regions in India, with only 3% of the population living in urban areas. Under the 1986 Mizo Agreement, at least five major peace agreements were concluded with insurgent groups. But for the first time, a student organization, which had acted as a catalyst and unifier, became an agreement with a civil society conglomerate. It could well be a new peace project for the region. 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. The region is also the gateway to the northeastern region of India, one of the main student organizations, All Bodo Students Union (ABSU), allied with the National Democratic Front of Boroland – Progressive (NDFB-P), National Democratic Front of Boroland – D.R. Nabla Fraktion, People`s Joint Action Committee for Boroland Movement (PJACBM), which is a merger of more than three dozen Bodo organizations[9], and their support from the Indian government as a separate state (within the Union) from the seven districts of Kokrajhar, Chirang, Baksa, Udalguri, Sonitpur, Lakhimpur and Dhemaji of Assam, which have a large population of Bodo.

[10] [11] On the other hand, it is also claimed by the separatist insurgent group NDFB as a sovereign state (total independence). [12] Assam has stand-alone advice for Rabhas, Deoris, Misings, Tiwas, Sonowal-Kacharis and Thengal Kacharis. Council bodies and organizations representing these communities are calling for autonomous councils to be revalued as territorial councils according to the sixth timetable. The Minister stated that in the past, the Bodo, who were dissatisfied with the 1993 and 2003 colonies, were increasingly demanding powers.