Assam`s chief secretary, Kumar Sanjay Krishna, also signed the agreement. The tripartite agreement was concluded in the presence of the Union Minister of the Interior, Mr Amit Shah. Source: Twitter Assam Chief Minister Sarbananda Sonowal also signed the pact as one of the witnesses. Shortly after the signing of the agreement, Prime Minister Narendra Modi said he would launch a new dawn of peace, harmony and coexistence. Following another peace agreement, the Bodoland Territorial Council was established in 2003 with the mission of achieving the economic, educational, maintenance of land rights, linguistic aspiration, socioculture and ethnic identity of Bodos and, above all, to accelerate the development of infrastructure of the communities of the Bodoland region. The actual work of the Council began on 7 December 2003, with the provisional establishment of the 12 members of the Council. It is managed by an elected body called the Bodoland Territorial Council, created under the conditions of a peace agreement signed in February 2003 and which strengthened its autonomy through an agreement signed in January 2020. The region covers an area of more than eight thousand square kilometers and is mainly inhabited by the Bodo and other indigenous communities of Assam.   4) 1993, February: The Centre, the Government of Assam and the ABSU sign a tripartite agreement under which the Bodoland Autonomous Council (BAC) was formed. The Prime Minister said: “After the signing of this historic agreement with Bodo organisations, the development of Bodo areas is the top priority of our government. Work on a complete Rs.1.500 crore package has begun.
We will focus in particular on ease of life and ensure that Bodos takes full advantage of public programs. All Bodo Students Union (ABSU) and NDFB groups have signed the tripartite agreement. Numbers are important in politics, but they don`t tell us everything. This is what emerges from the Bodo agreement that has just been signed – the third tripartite agreement in 27 years – between different factions of the Bodoland National Democratic Front (NDFB) and the Governments of India (GoI) and Assam on 27 January. Within three days of the agreement, 1,615 NDFB cadres appeared and are now awaiting rehabilitation. The NDFB groups are led by Ranjan Daimari, Govinda Basumatary, Dhiren Boro and B Saoraigra signed the agreement. . . .