Interior Minister Amit Shah, in agreement with the factions of the National Democratic Front of Bodoland: 1550 cadres and 130 weapons will capitulate on January 30. As Minister of the Interior, I would like to assure all representatives that all promises will be kept over time. pic.twitter.com/PNDGYFdyYZ Shri Shah said that the territorial integrity of Assam is guaranteed by this agreement, since every Bodo group has embarked. He noted that while the northeastern states once felt neglected, the Modi government has ensured that an EU minister visits the region weekly to ensure effective implementation of government programs and timely completion of infrastructure projects. Manas, the residence of nature is located on the foothills of Bhutan with its unique biodiversity and landscape. The fusion of dense jungle and grass at the confluence of wealthy Indians, Ethiopians and Indochinese strengthens it as one of the richest regions of wild animals. The park is home to 60 species of mammals, 23 of which are listed on Schedule 1 of the Indian Wildlife Protection Act 1972. The park has also recorded a number of 36 species of reptiles and 476 species of birds. The park is home to elephants, rhinos, tigers, crooks, wild buffaloes, deer, wild boars and many other reptiles, birds and insects, including some highly endangered species such as the dwarf pig, golden langur and the Bengal Florican.
It is not only an important national park of India, but also an important migration corridor for the elephant population of the entire Indo-Bhutan region. Since 2006, Manas has also been included in the highly ambitious planning nomenclature called Indian Rhino Vision-2020 (IRV-2020), with the support of the Government of Assam in collaboration with the Wildlife Trust of India (WTI), Bodoland Territorial Council, WWF-India, International Rhino Foundation and US Fish and Wild Service. Minister Assam Himanta Biswa Sarma said all stakeholders of Bodo company have signed this agreement and reaffirmed the territorial integrity of Assam. On 2 January 2020, the Union government signed the historic Bodo Peace Agreement with the Bodoland National Democratic Front (NDFB), one of Assam`s dangerous militant groups. The All Bodo Students Union (ABSU), which has long called for the Bodo state, also signed the agreement. Bodo Agreement 2020: The central government, the Assam government and Bodo representatives on Monday signed a Bodo agreement to address the groups` main political and economic demands. The agreement was signed in the presence of Home Minister Amit Shah, Minister Assam Chief Sarbanand Sonowal and four factions of the Bodoland National Democratic Insurgent Group (NDFB). The NDFB groups were led by Ranjan Daimari, Govinda Basumatary, Dhiren Boro and B Saoraigra. Joint Secretary at the Ministry of Home Affairs Satyendra Garg and Chief Secretary of Assam Kumar Sanjay Krishna were also present on the occasion. .