Bru Reang Agreement

In order to end the 23-year Bru Reang refugee crisis, an agreement known as the Bru-reang Agreement was signed. The Prime Minister described this agreement as special because it symbolizes the spirit of cooperative federalism. The agreement exists between REPRESENTATIVEs of the EU government, the governments of Tripura and Mizoram and Bru-Reang to end the 23-year-old Bru Reang refugee crisis. Under the agreement, the Government of Tripura would provide the country. Let us tell you that the agreement was reached after a thorough discussion between the Government of the Union and the governments of Tripura and Mizoram, as well as with the representatives of the Bru tribes. Details of the agreement include 40-30 sq.ft residential land for each displaced family, a fixed deposit of 4 lakh rupees, aid of 5000 cash per month for 2 years, rupees 1.5 lakhs for the construction of houses and free rations for 2 years from the date of resettlement. In order to determine the number of people who will settle, a new survey and physical verification of the families of people living in aid camps would be carried out. This agreement will provide a lasting solution for the rehabilitation of thousands of citizens from Bru Reang to Tripura. The government believes that this agreement will give them a bright future. The people of Bru-Reang will benefit from all the social systems of governments. The agreement is seen as a turning point for lasting peace and prosperity in the region, which is characterized by ethnic conflict and conflict. It is seen as a strong step as part of the Centre`s agenda to integrate the Northeast region and solve long-lasting eternal problems to reach the motto of Sabka sath Vikas Vishwas.

It is the result of this conviction that their lives are now on the threshold of a new dawn. In accordance with the agreement, the path to a dignified life was opened to them. The new decade of 2020 has finally brought a new glimmer of hope to the life of the Bru-Reang community,” he said. Between 1997 and 1998, about 5,000 Bru Reang families lived, i.e.

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