of ground rules will be the responsibility of the GOI. The GOI and the
NSCN will jointly implement the ground rules. Contentious issues
relating to the implementation of the ground rules will be resolved by
a Cease-Fire Supervisory Board (CFSB) comprising five representatives
each of GOI and NSCN and a Chairman to be nominated by the GOI.
NSCN would not undertake offensive operations like ambush, raid,
sniping and attack leading to death/injury/damage or loss of property
against anybody. The NSCN would also act in a manner as not to cause
harassment/damage or loss of property or injury to the civilian
would be no offensive operations like ambush, raid and attack leading
to death/injury/damage or loss of property against the NSCN by the
Indian Army, Paramilitary Forces and the Police. However, the
Government of India reserves its right to continue operations against
all other militant groups who are not a party to the 'Cease-fire'.
will notify to the CFSB, the list of all their camps. The CFSB would,
after due scrutiny, finalise the list of the "designated
camps" where all the armed cadres of the NSCN would be located
within three months.
the interest of promoting the peace process, there will be no movement
in uniform and/or with arms outside "designated camps".
of NSCN cadres from one "designated camp" to another will be
carried out for mutually agreed purposes and with intimation to the
Security Forces and CFSB. The modalities of this would be finalised by
NSCN would refrain from blockade of roads and communications and from
any activity which would disturb the functioning of local and, State
Governments and of economic or developmental activities as well as
NSCN will refrain from extending any form of support or assistance to
other militant groups.
the course of the cease-fire, the NSCN will refrain from acquiring any
additional arms/ammunition military equipment.
NSCN will refrain from extortions, forcible collection of money and
supplies and intimidation of individuals including Government
NSCN will refrain from forcible recruitment of armed cadres.
by the Indian Army, Paramilitary Forces and the Police would continue
to prevent infiltration of militants and arms as hithertofore.
However, patrolling within one Km of the "designated camps"
decided after due consultation in the Cease-Fire Supervisory Board (CFSB)
will be carried out, with intimation to them. It is noted that no such
camps are located/will be located in populated areas, and/or near
Highways, Indian Army/Para Military Forces Posts, Police
Station/Police Posts etc.
of convoys and patrolling of roads would continue to be undertaken by
the Indian Army, Para Military Forces and Police.
Forces will retain the right to enforce measures necessary to uphold
the laws of the land and prevent any disturbance to peace.