From today Bodo isn’t a militant, we’ve brothers: Home Minister Amit Shah

by Jeremy Spirogis
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Raj Express The National Democratic Federation of Bodoland (NDFB) has deserted the demand for a separate Bodoland. The NDFB signed the settlement within the presence of Union Home Minister Amit Shah and Assam Chief Minister Sarbananda Sonewal. After this settlement, Amit Shah mentioned that the circumstances filed in opposition to Bodo militants might be reviewed. There aren’t any Bodo extremists anymore, they’re all our brothers.

Home Minister Amit Shah mentioned that today an settlement has been reached between the 4 teams of Government of India, Government of Assam and Bodo Organization, and that is the doc of Assam's golden future. <! –

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                 The Bodo motion grew to become violent since 1987 and a pair of,823 civilians had been killed on this battle, through which 949 Bodo cadre individuals and 239 safety forces have additionally been killed. This is a historic settlement.

Amit Shah mentioned that 1,550 cadres with 130 arms would give up on 30 January. As Home Minister, I need to guarantee all of the representatives that every one the guarantees might be fulfilled in a time sure method.

Let me let you know, a couple of days in the past tons of of separatists surrendered. A complete of 644 militants belonging to eight banned organizations of Assam surrendered earlier than the state Chief Minister Sabarnand Sonowal on Thursday.

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