However, the NSCN (I-M) reversed the situation by accusing Ravi of removing a “new” word from the AI, which it described as decisive in the discussions. In an August 11 press release issued in Dimapur, the organization stated that the word “new” was politically sensitive, as it defined the peaceful coexistence of two entities or two sovereign powers. It is important that the word indicates that negotiations are not within the purview of the Constitution. The NSCN statement stated that the removal of the word “new” had “virtually changed the meaning of a sentence in the framework agreement.” In the speech, in which he described the Naga peace process between six prime ministers – from Jawaharlal Nehru to Modi – he also questioned the legitimacy of Nagaland state. It is interesting to note, however, that if discussions with various prime ministers had not been resolved because of the Nagas leadership`s demand for “sovereignty”, the Modi government, based on the concept of a “strong” nation, put it on the table to promise the promise of “common sovereignty”. Hoho said in a statement: “What is even more shocking is Ravi, who is also the interlocutor of the Indo-naga peace talks, who seems to have glorified the controversial Naga Peoples (NPC) convention and the creation of a controversial state. The Naga Hoho cannot support such an abusive statement by the interlocutor, and that is why we rightly condemn the statement he made. On August 16, the NSCN (I-M) issued the framework agreement to support its content assertions. 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. As a result, on August 3, 2015, the Indian government and the NSCN, which respected the aspirations of the people to share sovereign power in the interests of jurisdiction, reached an agreement as an honourable solution. He also noted that “the dialogue between the Indian government and the NSCN has been completed, and we are confident that it will establish a new lasting relationship for the peaceful existence of the two entities.” Read also R.n.