The agreement published by the NSCN-IM states that “sovereign power is shared” and that it provides for a “new enduring relationship, including a new relationship of peaceful coexistence between the two entities.” In early 2017, Mr. Ravi informed a parliamentary body that it had signed a framework agreement with the NSCN-IM, after agreeing on an agreement within the Indian Federation with a “special status” and that it was a abandonment of its previous position “with India, not within India”. The NSCN says it has so far given up on publishing the agreement which respects “the tacit agreement between the two parties not to be made public for reasons of India`s security”. It said that Mr. Ravi had taken advantage of an inappropriate advantage and had begun to modify and manipulate the agreement to mislead the Nagas and the Centre. The NSCN requested that the Centre commit to ensuring that the Framework Agreement in its original form is still alive and is “treated by someone else as RN Ravi”, sensitive enough to understand and respect what has been achieved over the past 23 years. The Nagas of Manipur are generally known to support the ongoing peace process, despite concerns about the content of the framework agreement and its possible impact on their status. There is an ongoing information campaign on Manipur`s social media, in which the NSCN-IM Over Ground Workers (OGW) highlighted the Manipur government`s apathy and discriminatory policy against tribes. The outfit`s attempts to create divisions between the Aimol tribe, mainly based in the Chandel district of Manipur, and its continued engagement with the Lamkang tribe are aimed at merging such small tribes into Naga ride.
In Assam, particularly along the border areas with Manipur and Nagaland, NSCN-IM cadres have tried to intimidate the non-Naga population in Naga-dominated areas that meet the territorial requirements of the Nagalim metropolitan area. The National Socialist Council of Nagaland-IM published for the first time the details of the 2015 framework agreement, blaming interlocutor R.N. Ravi for removing a keyword from the original document and sharing the modified version with other Naga groups. The framework agreement, shared Tuesday as part of a detailed NSCN-IM press release, said: “Both sides have understood the respective positions of the other and are aware of the universal principle that in a democracy, sovereignty belongs to the people. As a result, on August 3, 2015, the Government of India and the NSCN reached an agreement as an honorable solution, taking into account the wishes of the people to share sovereign power, as defined in the competences. “Lord. Ravi signed the agreement on behalf of the Centre in the presence of Prime Minister Narendra Modi. .