As the only living signatory to the agreement, Jamir recorded the indisputable reality that the NPC has always sought to create a favorable political environment in the region to clearly and unequivocally highlight the fundamental basis of the Nagas` legitimate claims and long-standing political aspirations before the Indian government. This historic agreement was signed on 11 November 1975 in Shillong, Meghalaya; hence the name Shillong Agreement of 1975.    The People`s Liberation Army crossed the Jinsha River on October 6 or 7, 1950 and defeated the Tibetan army on October 19.   Instead of continuing the military campaign, China asked Tibet to send representatives to Beijing to negotiate a deal. The Dalai Lama believes that the draft agreement was drafted by China and that Tibetan representatives were not allowed to propose changes. However, many Nagas, who were not reconciled as part of the union of Indian states, condemned the agreement, which eventually led to factionalism among the rebels. When negotiations began before the signing of the agreement, it is said that Isak Chishi Swu, then vice president of the NNC, and Thuingaleng Muivah, then secretary general of the NNC, were on their way back from China and Burma-Naga territory with 150 rebels, where they established their base. Some critics also point out that Phizo, then president of the NNC who had been in exile in London since 1956, neither approved nor renounced the agreement; However, his younger brother Kevi Yalley represented clandestine organizations and signed the Shillong Agreement. It is also believed that Isak and Muivah did their best to persuade some of their colleagues, particularly Phizo, to condemn the agreement, including sending a seven-member delegation calling on Phizo to condemn the Shillong Agreement without delay; However, it seems that Phizo was silent and his voice was not heard.    The solemn and unanimous resolution of the NPC is to save the hopes and aspirations of the Naga people, he said, adding that the agreement was designed and elaborated with great caution and prudence, taking into account all the social and societal realities that serve as the basis for an honorable solution to the Naga issue. As the only living signatory to the agreement, Jamir said the NPC has always sought to create a favorable political environment in the region to clearly and unambiguously emphasize the basis of the Nagas` legitimate claims and protracted political aspirations before the Indian government. .
In their false and often comforting belief in full knowledge and de facto consciousness, people were dangerously inclined to apply distorted logic, analyze half-baked information, and draw false conclusions on issues that required detailed and careful understanding and examination, he said. The NPC opted for the second option and that is why the Nagas now had their government elected to shape their future according to their own choice and design, he added. Former Nagaland Prime Minister S C Jamir complained on Sunday that the 16-point deal has been slandered over the years by vested interests, including those who have benefited from the fruits of the state. The solemn and unanimous NPC resolution aims to save the hopes and aspirations of the Naga people, he said, adding that the agreement was designed and drafted very consciously and carefully, taking into account all the urgent and exhausting socio-political realities that prevail to serve as a basis for an honorable solution to the thwarted Naga issue. The signing of the Shillong Agreement appears to have brought the final solution to the last twenty years of the conflict, which has caused suffering and neglect; As a result, a large number of weapons were handed over and villagers enthusiastically participated in convincing the Naga underground rebels to come out and join the mainstream. The deal also appears to be a victory for the Indian government, as the Naga rebels agreed to accept India`s constitution on their own initiative, agreed to lay down their arms, and formulated other issues to be discussed as part of the final settlement.   The results of the discussions were combined into a three-point agreement, which eventually became known by the historic name “Shillong Agreement of 1975”.       Isak and Muivah both decided, after five years of signing the agreement, to restore the damaged image of the NNC because it had accepted the Indian Constitution, openly rejected the agreement, which it called “treason” on the part of the NNC, and censored it as a complete “sale” of the Naga`s rights, including derogatory remarks against Phizo, and pledged to fight for undeniable sovereignty; thus the trio Muivah, Isaac and S. . . .