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PM Modi’s words do not suggest anything: Rahul Gandhi on Naga peace treaty

New Delhi: Ahead of the Assembly elections in Nagaland, Congress president Rahul Gandhi on Sunday handled Prime Minister Narendra Modi over the Naga peace treaty.

“August 2015, Mr Modi declares to produce history by signing the NAGA accord. February 2018, Naga accord is still no place to be discovered. Modi jiis the very first ever Indian PM whose words do not indicate anything,” he tweeted.August 2015, Mr Modi claims to produce history by signing the NAGA accord.Feb 2018, Naga Accord is still nowhere to be found.Modi ji is the very first Indian PM whose words do not suggest anything.

#CantFindTheAccord– Office of RG(@OfficeOfRG)

February 4, 2018 The main Twitter manage of the Congress likewise tweeted: In 2015, PM Modi took credit for the so called’historic’Naga accord. We have not heard

anything of it 3 years on. Exists even an accord? The individuals of India have a right to understand what has actually been accepted. #CantFindTheAccord pic.twitter.com/C40hbAWoWL!.?.!— Congress (@INCIndia )< a href="https://twitter.com/INCIndia/status/960049544980398080?ref_src=twsrc%5Etfw"> February 4, 2018 On August 4, 2015, the Centre had actually inked a historic peace accord with Naga militant group NSCN(IM)in a bid to end insurgency in the northeastern state. The landmark peace agreement was signed in the presence of PM Modi at his main home, 7, Race Course Road.Thuingaleng Muivah had actually signed the peace treaty with the government on behalf of the Nationalist Socialist Council of Nagaland( Isaac-Muivah). The signing of the peace pact was the conclusion of many rounds of settlements

that spanned 16 years with the very first advancement in 1997 when the ceasefire contract was sealed.T Muivah, basic secretary of the NSCN (IM),

was one of the key leaders who had actually led the rebel movement in Nagaland.Meanwhile, the BJP on Saturday created an alliance with newly floated Nationalist Democratic Individuals’s Party(NDPP)led by previous primary minister Neiphiu Rio for the February 27, 2018, Assembly survey in the state.It discarded its 15-year-old alliance partner, the ruling Naga Individuals

‘s Front(NPF ). NDPP will contest 40 of the 60 seats in the state Assembly while the BJP would field prospects in the remaining 20 seats. BJP is the only celebration till date to reveal that it will object to the election.Eleven parties consisting of the judgment

Naga Individuals’s Front on January 29, 2018, had chosen not to contest the surveys,

consenting to the need of tribal bodies and civil society groups to resolve the protracted Naga political problem first.Later, the BJP revealed it would contest the polls.(With Company inputs )

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