- BJP will contest Nagaland elections with the newly-formed NDPP
- Modi government had signed the Naga accord in August 2015
- Under the accord, Naga leadership had given up demand for integration
"August 2015, Mr Modi claims to create history by signing the NAGA accord. Feb 2018, Naga Accord is still nowhere to be found. Modi ji is the first ever Indian PM whose words don't mean anything. #CantFindTheAccord," Rahul Gandhi tweeted.
In August 2015, the Narendra Modi government signed an accord with the Nationalist Socialist Council of Nagaland, after nearly two decades of peace talks to end the insurgency.
Under the broad framework of the peace settlement, the Naga leadership has given up its demand for integration of the Naga inhabited areas under one administration, and has accepted the primacy of the Indian Constitution.
(With inputs from PTI and IANS)
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