Bru Reang Agreement Drishti
In addition, an agreement was signed on 3 July 2018 between the Union government, the two-state governments and the representatives of the refugees of Bru Reang, who decided to increase assistance to families. About 328 families of 1369 people have returned to Mizoram. For Main: agreement on this and recent demands for relaxation of standards in the agreement. How does this agreement differ from previous initiatives in favour of bru? The Bru Reang agreement will be signed on January 17, 2020 between the Indian government, under the chairmanship of Home Minister Shri Amit Shah, the governments of Tripura and Mizoram, as well as representatives of Bru-Reang in New Delhi. On this occasion were present Shri Zoramthanga, the Chief Minister of Mizoram, Shri Biplab Kumar Deb, the CM of Tripura, Shri Himanta Biswa Sarma, President of NEDA, Shri Pradyot Kishore Debbarma, President of TIPRA, representatives of the Bru tribes and some other senior officers. The agreement is reached between the Union government, the governments of Tripura and Mizoram and representatives of Bru-Reang to end the 23-year-old Bru Reang refugee crisis. In 2018, following the decision of the Union Ministry of interior to give the right to vote to some 30,000 people who had fled Mizoram in Tripura in 1997 following inter-community violence, the electoral commission asked Mizoram State to review its lists for the 2018 elections and to involve members of the internally displaced community. Up to 32,876 people from the Reang tribe were to be returned to Mizoram after the signing of a tripartite agreement between the Centre, Tripura and Mizoram.  On 16 January 2020, a four-page agreement was signed between the Centre, the governments of Tripura and De Mizoram as well as representatives of Bru-Reang, to facilitate the permanent settlement in Tripura of Bru refugees from Mizoram, which benefit some 34,000 refugees.  This agreement will provide a lasting solution for the rehabilitation of thousands of Bru Reang in Tripura. . .