People rushed out of properties carrying Assam, tricolor and posters to welcome PM Modi

by Jeremy Spirogis
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People of Assam have come out of their homes carrying tricolor and posters to welcome PM Modi. Prime Minister Narendra Modi has a rally in Kokrajhar, Assam today, during which large preparations have been made to welcome him. Posters have been put up in Kokrajhar to welcome the Prime Minister and a lot of individuals are reaching the general public venue with the tricolor of their arms. Let us know that to rejoice the signing of the Bodo Agreement, an occasion has been organized in Kokrajhar which PM Modi will handle.

Until lately, the image of Assam, which was burning within the protests over the Assam Citizenship Amendment Act (CAA), is altering today. <! –

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                 The cause for that is the Bodo settlement. In Kokrajhar, individuals expressed their happiness a day earlier than and burnt mud lamps within the streets and streets. The All Bodo Student Union (ABSU) additionally held a motorbike rally in Kokrajhar.

The Bodo Accord was signed by the federal government on 27 January with 4 factions of the National Democratic Front of Bodoland (NDFB), All Bodo Students Union and a civil society group. It goals to deliver long-term peace in Bodo-dominated areas of Assam. In a current tweet, the Prime Minister described the signing day as 'a really big day of India' and mentioned it could deliver transformative outcomes for the Bodos.

In the 2 days after the signing of the settlement, greater than 1615 members of assorted factions of the NDFB had handed over their arms and joined the mainstream. Let me inform you that in December itself, violent demonstrations have been held in Assam within the month of Citizenship Amendment Act (CAA) during which three individuals have been killed. This can be PM Modi's first Northeast tour after the protest begins.

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