The framework agreement of 3 August 2015 between the Indian government and the National Socialist Council of Nagaland (Issak-Muivah) NSCN (I-M) is a catalyst moment that promises a more flexible model for peace-building. The agreement signed on 3 August 2015 established the basic principles that would guide future deliberations between the Indian government and the National Socialist Council of Nagalim-IM. This development comes at a time when the Centre`s deadline for reaching a final agreement with the Naga armed groups on 31 October was about to pass. However, the date of the formal signing of the agreement is not very clear. „There will soon be a real signing ceremony,” said the head of government. „We have to take into account all the skills agreed before signing. It could take a while. Another key feature of the RSS`s old car `draft agreement` is the `Greater Nagalim` aspect, which has caused great concern among people, particularly in Manipur. On 28 December, a delegation of eight manipur civil society groups, who opposed the new withdrawal from the state border, met with Modi, in addition to discussing the issue with EU Interior Minister Rajnath Singh. In early 2017, Mr. Ravi informed a parliamentary body that it had signed a framework agreement with the NSCN-IM after reaching an agreement within the Indian Federation with a „special status” and that it was an abandonment of its previous position „with India, not within India”. The contents of the agreement were not disclosed. Nor did the NSCN-IM give the Naga people any idea of what was included in the agreement. Two aspects of the framework agreement were published: the Indian government`s recognition of „the uniqueness of Naga`s history and culture” and the NSCN-IM`s adoption of the primacy of the Indian Constitution.

While Atal Behari Vajpayee recognized in 2003 „the unique history of the Nagas”, the NSCN-IM, which accepts the „primacy of the Indian Constitution”, is a new evolution. The NSCN said it had so far renounced the publication of the agreement that respects „the tacit agreement between the two parties not to be dismissed to the public for Security reasons in India.” He said that Mr. Ravi had taken an unwarranted advantage and began modifying and manipulating the agreement to mislead the Nagas and the center. „We agreed to conclude the agreement,” said a member of the nscn (IM) negotiating team „The flag and the Constitution will be followed later.” The details are part of the 213rd report on security in the northeastern states, presented on Thursday by the Standing Parliamentary Committee on Home Affairs in La Rajya Sabha. The Committee was also informed that the „outlines” had not been defined in the framework agreement, which „only concerned the Recognition by the Indian Government of the singularity of the history of the Naga”, and that certain special regimes had to be established for the Nagas. The aim is to tackle the „non-transposition or partial implementation of these agreements,” resulting in a „loss of confidence in the central and national governments.” Among the main features of Mall`s „draft agreement,” copies of which were sent to some northeastern media, is a carved trade union zone (UT) in the five border districts of Nagaland. Called Frontier Nagaland, the UT includes the districts of Mon, Tuensang, Longleng, Kiphire and Noklak, which border Myanmar. The proposed agreement not only mentions NSCN (I-M), the Centre`s lead negotiator, but also NSCN (Khaplang) and NSCN (Reformation), the two factions of the Naga National Council (NNC), as well as 12 other groups of people, including the Naga Hoho, Naga Mothers` Association, the Eastern People`s Organization (ENPO) as signatories to the draft agreement.

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