Naga Framework disagreement

Worries about the Framework Agreement signed in August 2015 between the Government of India representatives and the NSCN(IM), is once again set to be at its periodic crest in states that neighbour Nagaland, namely Manipur, Arunachal Pradesh and Assam. As the Lok Sabha election dates inch closer, this anxiety is expected to mount. Will the BJP government at the Centre think coming out with a final version of a peace accord that the August 2015 Framework Agreement anticipated is prudent on election eve, which from all appearance is unlikely to be an easy battle for the ruling party? Or would the party think Nagaland’s one Lok Sabha seat is not worth angering its neighbouring states where there are many more seats at stake. As of now, nothing much is known of the content of the FA, and it does seem that when it was signed it was just an empty framework to be filled later with negotiated agreements. But this secrecy has also been a cause for anxiety amongst all stakeholders, including larger sections of the public in Manipur, Assam, Arunachal Pradesh and indeed Nagaland..........................


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