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In making the FA public, the NSCN stressed that Ravi had “manipulated” the original deal and therefore may have acted beyond the New Delhi mission and should be removed for breaking his trust in him. But there are others. Five years ago, the framework agreement between the Indian government and the National Socialist Council of Nagaland (Isaac-Muivah) was signed under a great outcry. This was done in the presence of Prime Minister Narendra Modi and NSCN (I-M) Secretary General Thuingaleng Muivah with R N Ravi, the interlocutor who signed the agreement on behalf of the Union Government. It was hailed as a “historic” agreement to use an era of peace and tranquility in a region rocked by violence for nearly five decades. The Indian government recognized the sovereignty of the Nagas through the framework agreement and was signed after more than 80 round tables. But the details of the deal have not even been made available to Parliament. For now, she also doesn`t want to blame Naga`s leaders for the disagreement between them, but to make Ravi the only factor behind it. They could not have acted otherwise, the NSCN argues, because Ravi distributed them a “faked” copy of the agreement. Addressing the people of Naga on August 14, celebrated as Independence Day after British rule with its own flag, on the eve of India`s Independence Day, Muivah said: “The agreement also says, `Including the peaceful coexistence of the two entities that share sovereign power.` On 213.

The report of the Parliament`s Standing Committee on Home Affairs, presented to Parliament in 2018, states that Ravi had informed the committee that the position of the NSCN (I-M) was from the beginning, that “the nagas were extraordinary, that the nagas were not Indian, nagas were sovereign and that an agreement could only be reached on the basis that it was an agreement between two sovereigns. While the government engaged them, they continued to say that they would be with India on the basis of a negotiated agreement and that they would not be “inside India.” More than five years after narendra Modi`s government signed a framework agreement with the National Socialist Council of Nagalim (Isak-Muivah), confidence deficits and disagreements over the interpretation of the content of the ongoing peace talks are likely to find themselves at an impasse. . . .

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