All factions of the NDFB must abandon the path of violence, surrender their weapons and disband their armed organizations within one month of the signing of the agreement. Bodoland (also Boroland), officially the Bodoland Territorial Region, is an autonomous region of Lower Assam, in northeastern India. It consists of four districts on the north bank of the Brahmaputra River, in the foothills of Bhutan and Arunachal Pradesh. It is managed by an elected body, known as the Bodoland Territorial Council and concluded as part of a peace agreement signed in February 2003, and its autonomy was renewed by an agreement signed in January 2020. The area covers more than 8,000 square kilometres and is mainly inhabited by the Bodo and other indigenous communities in Assam.   Following another peace agreement, the Bodoland Territorial Council was established in 2003 with the aim of achieving economic, educational, land rights, linguistic aspiration, socio-cultural and ethnic identity in Bodos and, above all, accelerating the development of infrastructure in Bodoland communities. The effective operation of the Council began on 7 December 2003 with the provisional constitution of the twelve members of the Council. Here is the full text of the draft agreement between the Government of India and the organization Bodo Amit Shah, which stated that the three-part agreement meets all the major political and economic requirements of Bodoland. A joint monitoring committee made up of representatives from the Minitry of Home Affairs (MHA), the Government of Assam, the BTC and Bodo organizations will be established to oversee the implementation of the peace agreement. On 27 January 2020, the central government (through the Ministry of the Interior) signed a tripartite agreement with the National Democratic Front of Bodoland (NDFB), an insurgent group and two other groups, taking into account the objective of establishing lasting peace in the Bodo tribal areas of Assam. The agreement offers the Bodos political and economic benefits without their application to join their own state or trade union region.
The All Bodo Students` Union (ABSU) has been leading a movement for a Bodoland state (another state of Assam) since 1972. The United Bodo People`s Organization (UBPO) was, along with NDFB and ABSU, a signatory to the Comprehensive Bodo Settlement Agreement – Bodoland Territorial Region (BTR). The signing of the agreement is expected to bring together key players in a single framework to end the nearly 50-year-old Bodo crisis. About 1,500 executives of various outfits such as the NDFB (RD), the NDFB (P) and the NDFB (S) are rehabilitated by the central and Assam governments and admitted into the mainstream. In addition, NDFB groups will abandon the path of violence and dissolve their organizations within one month of the signing of the agreement. The agreement will also protect and promote the unique cultural heritage of the Bodo people and give them access to vast opportunities for development, bringing general peace and harmony to Assam. January 27, 2020 a new peace agreement was signed between the Indian government and the Government of Assam, on the one hand, and the National Democratic Front of Bodoland (NDFB), the All Bodo Students` Union and the United Bodo People`s Organization, on the other.  As part of this agreement, a Bodoland Territorial Region was created, with expanded executive and legislative powers.