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The coexistence of the two entities means that Nagas and Union of India will co-exist. And the new relationship between the two must be defined in the skills. It is the only political process that provides an honest and acceptable solution. For now, she also doesn`t want to blame Naga leaders for the disagreements between them, but to make Ravi the only factor behind it. They could not have done otherwise, the NSCN argues, because Ravi gave them a “doctoral” copy of the agreement. Thuingaleng Muivah says Modi`s framework agreement with him promises “the integration of all Naga territories.” 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? The reason for the rush to trigger a framework agreement and crash was the deteriorating health of Isak Chishi Swu, who was treated in a New Delhi hospital. Unfortunately, for health reasons, Swu was unable to participate in the signing of the agreement. He died on June 28, 2016. On 16 August, the NSCN (I-M) issued the framework agreement to support its assertions about the content. In the copy of the agreement, which, according to the NSCN (I-M), is the original agreement, it says: “Both parties have understood each other`s respective positions and are aware of the universal principle that, in a democracy, sovereignty belongs to the people.