Centre, Assam sign peace pacts with Adivasi militant groups

Centre, Assam signal peace pacts with Adivasi militant teams

NEW DELHI: The much-awaited peace pacts between the Assam authorities, the Centre and completely different Adivasi teams in Assam have been signed in New Delhi on Thursday.

The peace pacts with the Adivasi militant teams in Assam have been signed within the presence of union residence minister Amit Shah.

The peace accords have been signed with as many as eight Adivasi militant teams of Assam.

Talking on the event, union residence minister Amit Shah mentioned that the signing of the peace pacts with the Adivasi militant teams of Assam is a “historic second” for the state and the Northeast state as a complete.

Union residence minister Amit Shah additional mentioned that the BJP-led central authorities has been striving to resolve all pending points in Assam and the Northeast by 2024.

“This is a crucial day for Assam and the Northeast. Many initiatives have been taken by the Modi authorities to develop the Northeast area,” union residence minister Amit Shah mentioned.

“Round 1100 individuals of Adivasi militant outfits of Assam are surrendering arms and becoming a member of the mainstream in the present day,” Amit Shah mentioned.

Amit Shah additional assured that each one the clauses included within the peace pacts might be carried out.

“We wish Assam and the Northeast area must be drug-free, terrorism-free, dispute-free and totally developed. Modi authorities is working in direction of this,” added union residence minister Amit Shah.

The eight insurgent teams are Birsa Commando Power (BCF), Adivasi Folks’s Military (APA), All Adivasi Nationwide Liberation Military (AANLA), Adivasi Cobra Navy of Assam (ACMA), Santhali Tiger Power (STF) and splinter teams of  BCF, AANLA, and ACMA.