Tripartite Pact: Union Home Minister Amit Shah on Thursday achieved an important milestone in the direction of making the North-East free from militancy by 2024. The insurgent group Dimasa National Liberation Army (DNLA) signed a tripartite peace agreement with the Assam government in the presence of the Home Minister. Under the accord, more than 168 cadres of DNLA have laid down arms and joined the mainstream. Now insurgency has completely ended in Dima Hasao district of Assam.
Under the agreement, the Assam government will set up the Dimasa Welfare Council. Through this the political, economic and educational level of the people living in Dimasa will be raised. Also will protect social, cultural and linguistic identity.
The Central and State Governments will make arrangements for the rehabilitation of the surrendered armed cadres of the DNLA. For this, a special development package of Rs 500 crore will be given.
Now there is not a single tribal organization in Assam which would take arms and set up camps and stay in the forests. With this accord, all the tribal groups have joined the mainstream. The Dimasa People’s Supreme Council and the Dimasa National Liberation Army agreed to end the violence and ensure the interests of the Dimasa people… https://t.co/y5W5k3ln2m pic.twitter.com/mdM1H8zHJi– Advertisement –
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Amit Shah said – agreement with the milestone is
Amit Shah said, ‘This agreement is another important milestone towards fulfilling Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s vision of making the North East insurgency free by 2024 and a peaceful and prosperous North East. This accord will completely end militancy and with this there is no armed group left in Assam today.
Home Ministry is taking forward the vision of PM Modi
Shah said, “PM Modi has put forward the vision of a terror-free, violence-free and developed Northeast in front of the country and the Home Ministry is moving in this direction. He explained that under the agreement, the DNLA representatives agreed to end the violence, surrender all arms and ammunition, disband its armed organization, vacate all camps occupied by DNLA cadres, and return to the peaceful democratic process established by law. has agreed to participate. The Home Minister said that with today’s agreement, there will be a complete end to militancy in Dima Hasao district of Assam.
Assam Chief Minister Himanta Biswa Sarma, who reached Delhi, said that our peace agreement with the Dimasa National Liberation Army has been signed today. He has been given a big package of development by the government. After today there is no tribal militant organization in Assam.
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