On 3 July 2018, an agreement was signed between the Union Government, the two Länder governments and the representatives of the refugees from Bru Reang, which significantly increased the assistance to these families. Subsequently, 328 families of 1369 people returned to Mizoram under the agreement. Most of bru Reang`s families have always asked for them to be able to move to Tripura, because they are worried about their safety. For Main: agreement on this and recent demands for relaxation of standards in the agreement. The agreement was signed in New Delhi on 27 January 2020. This agreement is in line with the Prime Minister`s vision of „SabkaSaathSabkaVikas“ and the commitment to a comprehensive development of the Northeast, which puts an end to a five-decade-old Bodo crisis. Shri Shah briefed the media and said that under the dynamic leadership of Prime Minister Shri Narendra Modi, a lasting solution has been found to this long-standing problem of rehabilitating thousands of Bru Reang in Tripura and they can now envision a bright future. Under the new agreement, he said, about 34,000 refugees from Bru will be settled in Tripura and assisted by the Center to help with their rehabilitation and overall development through a package of about 600 billion rupees. These people would enjoy all the rights of ordinary residents of the states and could now enjoy the benefits of the social systems of the central and Länder governments. The agreement was reached after extensive discussions between the Union government with the national governments of Mizoram and Tripura and representatives of the Bru tribes, and it was decided that the refugees from Bru, he added.
Despite the new agreement, Brus will only be established in the two districts of Nord-Tripura, where they have lived in clusters. „It is the result of this faith that their lives are today on the threshold of a new dawn. The agreement paved the way for them to a dignified life. Finally, the new decade of 2020 has brought a new glimmer of hope in the life of the Bru Reang community,“ he said. The Prime Minister explained the benefits of the agreement: „Around 34,000 refugees from Bru are being rehabilitated in Tripura. Not only that, the government will provide support of almost Rs.600 crores for their rehabilitation and allround development. Land is made available to each displaced family. They are helped in the construction of a house.
In addition, rations are made available to them. They will now be able to benefit from the public social protection systems of the state and central governments. „Due to ethnic tensions in Mizoram, about 34,000 people have been forced to live in tents in Tripura in inhumane conditions. During all these years, no solution could be found. .