Following another peace agreement, the Bodoland Territorial Council was established in 2003 with the mission of achieving the economic, educational, maintenance of land rights, linguistic aspiration, socioculture and ethnic identity of Bodos and, above all, to accelerate the development of infrastructure of the communities of the Bodoland region. The actual work of the Council began on 7 December 2003, with the provisional establishment of the 12 members of the Council. • Home Minister Amit Shah said on this occasion that the central government, the government of Assam and representatives of Bodo have signed this historic agreement.• He said that this agreement will ensure the bright future of the people of Assam and the Bodo tribe.• He also said that the 1,550 members of Bodo will surrender on January 30. 2020, with 130 weapons.• He assured all representatives that all promises will be kept over time.• The Bodo tribes will enjoy political and economic benefits under this agreement. The agreement will offer the Community some political rights and some economic packages.• According to political experts, the agreement will guarantee the security of the Language of Bodo, cultural and regional affairs. Historically, the territorial region of Bodoland was inhabited by the Boros or the Bodos or the Kacharis and the Mechs. During the reign of King Kamata Nara Narayan, the country was at the foot of the hills of Bhutan, that is, the eastern and western dooars were inhabited by the Bodo or Mech tribe.  These areas were known as Kachari Duar and Mech Duar. The British took control of the area, from the Sankosh River in the west to the eastern border of colonial Assam. while the western part (Dooars) remained under British rule as Darjeeling and part of Nepal. This is how these present-day regions of Bodoland were eventually ruled by King Bara.
Treaty of Yandabo after victory in the First Anglo-Burmese War in 1826. The war was primarily aimed at controlling northeastern India between the British and Burmese empires. It was then known as Kachari Dwars or Kachari Plains or Kachari country by the British during the British Raj. The Bodo of the Brahmaputra Valley survived among the Khilji, Mogul, Aryan and Shan invaders and settlers. The kings of Mech Bara ruled different parts of Lower Assam and North Bengal. The Koch open caste became a semi-Hindu aboriginal caste, left traditional culture and began to take over Aryan culture, although it did not fully accept Aryan culture, as it still worships asur (of non-Aryan origin) and other traditional gods. The remnants of the royal family of the Bara Empire turned out to be the aborigines of the Mech caste and spoke the Tibetan-Burma language. After the separate state movement of Bodoland, these tribal regions are called Bodoland. More than 1,615 cadres from different factions of the NDFB surrendered their weapons and joined the general public within two days of signing the agreement.
The Prime Minister said: “After the signing of this historic agreement with Bodo organisations, the development of Bodo areas is the top priority of our government. Work on a complete Rs.1.500 crore package has begun. We will focus in particular on ease of life and ensure that Bodos takes full advantage of public programs. Minister Assam, Himanta Biswa Sarma, said all stakeholders of Bodo Company have signed this agreement and reaffirmed the territorial integrity of Assam. Regarding the Bodo agreement, Prime Minister Modi said: “Today is the day of recognition of the support of all young members of the All Bodo Students Union (ABSU), the National Democratic Front (NDFB), BTC leader Hagrama Mohilary and the Assam government, who have played a very positive role in this agreement. Under the agreement, NDFB groups will leave the path of violence, surrender their weapons and disband their armed organizations within one month of signing the agreement. . . .