All problems of Northeast will be solved by 2024, Amit Shah tells BJP meeting India News – Times of India

Hyderabad (Telangana): Union Home Minister Amit ShahThe person who took several steps to resolve the long pending issues of the northeastern states said on Sunday that BJP A “Permanent Address” is found in the field.
He also said that there will be no more problems in this sector in the coming times and all its issues will be resolved by 2024.
The home minister made this remark while speaking at the BJP’s national executive meeting during his address on the political resolution.
Notably, in a major move in March, the Center removed AFPSA from 15 police station areas in seven districts of Nagaland, 15 police station areas in six districts of Manipur and 23 districts altogether and one district partially in Assam. was removed.
The governments of Assam and Meghalaya in March this year signed a landmark agreement in the national capital to settle their 50-year-old border dispute. The agreement between Assam and Meghalaya was signed two months after the Chief Ministers of both the states submitted a draft proposal to Amit Shah on January 31 for examination and consideration by the MHA.
Speaking on Shah’s speech, Chief Minister of Assam Himanta Biswa Sarma Informed the media and said, “It has been a journey for us in the North-East and the Home Minister told us that he is happy that now we have a permanent address in the Northeast and we are not going anywhere.”
Asked what Amit Shah said on the non-implementation of the Citizenship Amendment Act, the Assam CM said the delay was due to opposition’s objection to the reforms brought in by the government, however, the government is committed to implementing the CAA.
Sarma said, “You are aware that the opposition is objecting to many things, including the CAA, on several reforms by the Modi government. There has been delay but we are committed to implement the CAA and rules will be made.”
Explaining how the BJP is planning to solve the problems of the Northeast region, Sarma said, “Amit Shah told how the BJP’s journey has been in the North-East and how the development after the Modi government came in 2014. What happened… We also discussed how AFSPA has been removed from Northeast region in about 60 percent areas… He also said that by 2024, there will be no more fault lines in North-East and all issues will be resolved. will be resolved.”
Meanwhile, Union Home Minister Amit Shah moved a political resolution on behalf of the BJP during the party’s national executive meeting on Sunday and slammed the opposition parties for targeting the then Gujarat Chief Minister. Narendra Modi In the case of 2002 riots.
Shah highlights the recent decision Supreme court Giving clean chit to the then Chief Minister of Gujarat in the 2002 Gujarat riots case where the petitioner was Zakia Jafri, widow of former Congress MP Ehsan Jafri, who challenged the clean chit given by the Special Investigation Team (SIT) to Narendra Modi .
The Supreme Court on June 24 dismissed a plea by Zakia Jafri, widow of former Congress MP Ehsan Jafri, to clean chit given by the Special Investigation Team (SIT) to the then Chief Minister Narendra Modi and several others in the 2002 Gujarat riots. was challenged.
A bench headed by Justice AM Khanwilkar said that it considers the appeal “devoid of merit”.