United People’s Party Liberal (UPPL) leader Urkhao Gwra Brahma opined on Sunday that many National Democratic Front of Bodoland (NDFB) are in all likelihood to enroll in politics after the signing of the tripartite Accord that the Prime Minister Narendra Modi has termed as “historic”.
Speaking to media, the leader, who lost a completely close contest to Naba Sarania in the race to the Lok Sabha crown in the final General elections, says that all the organizations, transcending celebration or community lines, will paintings unitedly for the development of the Bodoland Territorial Region (BTR).
“There are many leaders who have struggled for nationhood but did not be a part of politics. It is certain that there are numerous who will be a part of, and a few others will now not be part of. There is also the query of implementation of the new Accord”, Brahma stated, speaking on NDFB members, many of whom have returned overground after several years in exile, becoming a member of mainstream politics.
Speaking approximately there may be no question of joining the BPF, and said that the discussions concerning the seat-sharing have been placed on the backburner and the UPPL would contest the elections, likely to be held subsequent month, alone.
Brahma, speaking about the apprehensions of the non-Bodos regarding the peace pact, stated that there may be no want to fear violation of their rights. “This is an exceedingly liberal pact, and Bodos as well as non-Bodos are sure to to be benefited. This will usher in development throughout the region.”