1960 Agreement Nagaland

In 1946, the Naga National Council (NNC) was established under the direction of Phizo. NNC leaders and Assam Governor Sir Akbar Hydari signed a nine-point agreement that gave Nagas rights to their country as well as legislative and executive powers. The judicial capacity of the Naga courts was authorized and no legislation of provincial or central legislators could influence this agreement. It was very important that the agreement contained a clause requiring the inclusion of the Nagas in the same administrative unit. However, there was a clause in the conflict[8] (September 1, 1972-April 28, 2001): the government unilaterally ended the ceasefire on September 1, 1972. On November 22, 1972, clashes broke out between government forces and Naga fighters, killing one government soldier. On February 3, 1973, clashes broke out between government forces and Naga fighters, killing five government soldiers. Between 1 July and 3 August 1973, between 1 July and 3 August 1973, clashes broke out between government forces and Naga fighters, killing 17 government soldiers and two civilians. Naga fighters killed nine police officers on February 6, 1974.

On February 14, 1974, Naga fighters killed four government soldiers and three civilians. Elections were held on 2 February 1974 in the state of Nagaland, and the United Democratic Front (UDF) won 25 out of 60 seats in the Legislative Assembly. The Naga NationalIst Organization (NNO) won 23 seats in the Legislative Assembly. Vizol Angami of the United Democratic Front (UDF) formed a government as chief minister on 26 February 1974. On 9 March 1975, Prime Minister Vizol Angami resigned, and John Bosco Jasokie of the Naga National Democratic Party (NNDP) formed a government as chief minister on 10 March 1975. On March 22, 1975, the Indian government imposed presidential power on Nagaland and the Nagaland Legislative Assembly was dissolved on May 20, 1975. The Indian government and the Naga National Council (NNC) kevi Yalay Phizo signed the Shillong Agreement on 11 November 1975, which provided for limited autonomy for the Naga region within India. Angami Zapu Phizo rejected the Shillong Agreement on 1 December 1975 in London.

During the 1975 conflict, about 45 government soldiers and 27 civilians were killed. Indian Prime Minister Morarji Desai and Angami Zapu Phizo met in London in June 1977, but the talks failed to reach an agreement. Naga fighters resumed their rebellion in July 1977. Elections were held on 1 November 1977 in the state of Nagaland, and the United Democratic Front (UDF) won 35 out of 60 seats in the Legislative Assembly. The Indian National Congress (INC) won 15 seats in the Legislative Assembly. Vizol Angami of the United Democratic Front (UDF) formed a government as chief minister. Naga fighters killed about 50 people in Assam state on 5 January 1979. Seven government soldiers were killed in a militant attack in Naga on 27 March 1979. After the split of the Naga National Council (NNC), Thuingaleng Muivah and Isak Chisi Swu founded the National Socialist Council of Nagaland (NSCN) on 31 January 1980. The head of government Vizol Angami resigned, and S.C. Jamir of the United Democratic Front (UDF) formed a government on 18 April 1980 as chief minister.

Prime Minister S.C. Jamir resigned, and John Bosco Kasokie of the Naga National Democratic Party (NNDP) formed a government on June 5, 1980 as chief minister.