Recently, the Ministry of the Interior (MHA), the Assam government and the Bodo groups signed a tripartite agreement on the new signature, change of fame and modification of the power-sharing agreement in the Bodoland Territorial District (BTAD) in Assam. 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. Signing the agreement would end the 50-year-old Bodo crisis. The agreement has been described as the third Bodo agreement. According to the EU government, the signing of the agreement will put an end to the 50-year-old Bodo crisis. This agreement is a series of concerted efforts to meet the aspirations of the Bodo people for their cultural identity, language, education and economic development, as well as their political aspirations. 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). The Centre, the Assam government and the Bodo groups have signed an agreement for peace and development. Following the agreement, the NDFB factions will leave the path of violence, surrender their weapons and disband their armed organizations within one month of the signing of the agreement.
Criminal proceedings against members of the NDFB groups for non-heinous offences are withdrawn. In 1966/67, a separate state, called Bodoland, was requested under the banner of the Plain Tribal Council of Assam (PTCA), a political dress. BTAD district currently covers four districts of Kokrajhar, Chirang, Baksa and Udalguri. Bodos living in the hills must benefit from constitutional provisions for the establishment of autonomous regions. A committee will decide on the exclusion and inclusion of new areas in the BTAD. Following this amendment, the total number of seats in the Assembly will increase from the existing 40 to 60. . 5.Increment in the complications of tribal equations: For Hands: Bodo-dispute chronology, requirements, concerns and ways to tackle them.
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