Sixteen Point Agreement Upsc

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● The Government of India signed a ceasefire agreement with the NSCN (IM) on 25 July 1997, which entered into force on 1 August 1997. Subsequently, more than 80 round tables were held between the two parties. Although the official communication on the RIIN does not specify a deadline for the establishment of the proposed register, the Nagaland authorities have to date issued indigenous certificates of the population that use December 1, 1963 as the deadline. Nagaland was inaugurated that day as the 16th state of India, according to the “16-point” agreement between the Indian government and the Naga People`s Convention, on July 26, 1960. ○ DER HAKEN: “Naga leaders have stated that other Nagas who live in contiguous areas should be able to join the new state. On behalf of the Government of India, it was stated that Articles 3 and 4 of the Constitution provided for an increase in the area of a State, but the Government of India has not been able to make a commitment in this regard at this stage. “Muivah, Swu and other NSCN (IM) leaders fled to Thailand in the early 1990s. While the Governor of Nagaland, Mr.M Thomas, a church leader from Kerala, had received the first positive response from the NSCN (IM), Prime Minister P V Narasimha Rao met with Muivah, Swu and others in Paris on 15 June 1995. In November 1995, MoS (Home) Rajesh Pilote met in Bangkok.

Subsequently, Prime Minister H. D. Deve Gowda met her in Zurich on 3 February 1997, followed by meetings with officers in Geneva and Bangkok. Prime Minister Atal Bihari Vajpayee met her in Paris on 30 September 1998. On 25 July 1997, the Government of India signed a ceasefire agreement with the NSCN (IM), which was signed on 1 August 1997. Subsequently, more than 80 round tables were held between the two parties. ● July 1960: Sixteen-point agreement with the Naga People`s Convention The solemn and unanimous resolution of the NPC was to save the hopes and aspirations of the Naga people, he said, adding that the agreement was designed and conceived in a very conscious and reasonable manner, taking into account all the urgent and trying social realities that prevailed to serve as the basis for an honorable solution to the angry Naga issue. “The Governor of Assam, as an agent of the Government of the Indian Union, will have a special responsibility to ensure compliance with the agreement for a period of ten years, and at the end of this period, the Naga Council will be asked whether it requests that the aforementioned agreement be extended for a further period or that a new agreement on the future of the Naga people be concluded.” This is the first time a police officer has been appointed to the post, embarrassed by army officers in the past. Almost at the same time as the resistance. On June 29, 1947, the Governor of Assam, Sir Akbar Hyderi, signed a 9-point agreement with the Sakhrian moderates and Aliba Imti, rejected almost immediately by Phizo.

The hills of Naga, a district of Assam, were transformed into a state in 1963, with the addition of the Tuensang Tract, which was then part of NEFA. In April next year, Jai Prakash Narain, Minister Assam Chief Bimala Prasad Chaliha and Rev. Michael Scott formed a peacekeeping mission and led the government and the NNC to sign a suspension of operations agreement in September. But the NNC/NFG/NFA continued to deal with the violence, and after six round tables, the peacekeeping mission was abandoned in 1967 and a massive counterinsurgency operation was launched. .