In early 2017, Mr. Ravi informed a parliamentary body that it had signed a framework agreement with the NSCN-IM after reaching an agreement within the Indian Federation with a „special status“ and that it was an abandonment of its previous position „with India, not within India“. At the same time, content must be protected from obtaining the skills that will determine the new relationship between India and the Nagas, he said. That is why, by publishing the original copy of the FA, the NSCN wants to put Ravi on the spot to return „in an artisanal way“ to the word of the center to the organization given in the presence of Modi, and then create a disagreement between the leaders of the Naga on the terms of the agreement. So why did the NSCN (I-M) break its promise at the Centre? Especially at a time when the Centre`s interlocutor, R.N. Ravi, had declared that all the important agreements on the peace agreement had been reached last October and that there were only a few small unanswered questions left? „Once everything is clear, the agreement will be at the political level of the Prime Minister,“ he added. In August 2020, the National Socialist Council of Nagaland published copies of the Confidential Framework Agreement (FA).  The Naga groups insisted on changing interlocutors R. N. Ravi. and the publication of copies of the agreement was the result of a series of events from that request.
  In October 2020, the current head of NSCN-IM Thuingaleng Muivah expressed strong reservations about further approval in a 55-minute interview with Karan Thapar.  The reason for the rush to trigger a framework agreement and the fall of the disease was the deterioration of the health of Isak Chishi Swu, who was treated in a hospital in New Delhi. Unfortunately, for health reasons, Swu was unable to participate in the signing of the agreement. He died on June 28, 2016. A peace agreement between the government and the NNC was signed in 1975. The NNC, dubbed the Shillong Agreement, has promised to give up arms, but several senior NNC leaders have not endorsed the deal and have broken up to push their own factions.