On January 27, 2020, the Indian government signed the historic agreement with the nine factions of the Bodoland National Democratic Front (NDFB). According to the agreement, the territorial district of Bodoland will have special rights for the inhabitants. However, outsiders must obtain a “permit” to work in the area. • Home Minister Amit Shah said on this occasion that the central government, the government of Assam and representatives of Bodo have signed this historic agreement.• He said that this agreement will ensure the bright future of the people of Assam and the Bodo tribe.• He also said that the 1,550 members of Bodo will surrender on January 30. 2020, with 130 weapons.• He assured all representatives that all promises will be kept over time.• The Bodo tribes will enjoy political and economic benefits under this agreement. The agreement will offer the Community some political rights and some economic packages.• According to political experts, the agreement will guarantee the security of the Language of Bodo, cultural and regional affairs. In 1965, the party joined a “Progressive Front” in Tripura. The front was composed of the Communist Party of India, the forward bloc and a separatist group of the Socialist Party. The Front called for national land reforms, strengthening national defense, withdrawal from the Commonwealth, nationalization of foreign capital, a rational food policy, the release of all political prisoners, and the abolition of the Indo-American food supply agreement. The existence of the new front was declared at a meeting in Agartala on 17 November. Mass rallies of the Front took place on November 28 in Belonia, then on December 1 in Birchandra Bazar (near Belonia).  However, the front did not stop, as the Communist parties allied themselves with a splinter group of the Congress Party in the 1967 elections. The Forward Bloc did not put forward any candidates in this election.
 On January 2, 2020, the Union government signed the historic Bodo Peace Agreement with the National Democratic Front of Bodoland (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. The Bodo Agreement offers political and economic benefits to the tribal areas without targeting a separate Bodoland State or a Territory of the Union. The tripartite agreement was signed by Assam Chief Minister Sarbananda Sonowal, leader of four NDFB groups, Satyendra Garg, JOINT Secretary of ABSU, Ministry of Home Affairs and Kumar Sanjay Krishna, Secretary General of Assam. The purpose of the agreement will be to separate political rights from the Bodo tribes living in Assam. . . .