Amit Shah finding a long-term fix for the issues in the Northeast
In the presence of Union Home and Cooperation Minister Shri Amit Shah, the Chief Ministers of Assam and Arunachal Pradesh signed the Inter-State Boundary Agreement today. The old border dispute involving 123 villages was eventually resolved by this agreement. He said, ‘This historic accord is a significant achievement. Our fundamental goal is to make the North Eastern states peaceful, developed, and free of strife. While this accord will restore the Northeast’s lost pride, it will also pave the way for new paths of progress.’
Under the leadership of Prime Minister Shri Narendra Modi and the supervision of Union Home and Cooperation Minister Shri Amit Shah, a new era of peace and development has been written in the Northeast during the last nine years by finding answers to all challenges. After independence, Amit Shah has proved that he is the Chanakya of Indian politics by resolving the 800-kilometer-long Assam-Arunachal border conflict, which no administration has attempted to address since 1972. The matter, which should have been settled after independence, is being addressed now, 75 years later, by the Ministry of Home Affairs, led by Amit Shah.
NLFT Agreement in 2019, Bru Agreement in 2020, Bodo Agreement in 2021 Under the leadership of Amit Shah, who has been working tirelessly towards accomplishing the aim of a developed, peaceful, and dispute-free Northeast of Modi ji who has visited Northeast more than 50 times Karbi Agreement in 2022, Tribal Peace Agreement, Agreement on 67% of Assam-Meghalaya Interstate Border Dispute, Assam-Arunachal Border Dispute Agreement in 2022 and Today in 2023, the entire Northeast is being rejuvenated by the settlement of the 800 km long Assam-Arunachal border Is. This is the eighth MoU signed in the North Eastern states in the last four years.
According to statistics, in the 9 years of Sankalp se Siddhi, due to the policies of Modi-Shah, more than 8000 youths in the Northeast have given up arms and joined the mainstream. There has been an almost 67% reduction in violence, 60% reduction in security forces deaths and 83% reduction in civilian deaths across the Northeast. While 70% of Assam’s area, 15 police stations in 6 districts of Manipur and 7 districts of Nagaland have been exempted from AFSPA, Tripura and Meghalaya have been completely exempted from AFSPA which proves that the country has entered the Amrit kaal.
Amit Shah’s tireless efforts and astute strategies to build a new India under Modi ji’s leadership have resulted in the all-round development of border villages, including infrastructure development and industrial investment throughout the Northeast.