The last agreement was signed only with NSCN (IM) and its other group is still not on board like the NSCN (Khaplang), the NSCN (Konyak-Kitovi). The Naga Hoho (tribal council), Naga National Council (NNC), Naga Student Federation (NSF) and Naga Mother Association are other important players who, apart from the NSCN (I-M) did not support their leadership of the Naga cause. On November 1, 1975, an agreement known as the Shillong Agreement was signed between the Centre and part of the NNC and NFG. In accordance with the provisions of the Shillong Agreement, the NNC-NFG accepted the Indian constitution and agreed to surrender to the ground and surrender its weapons. The details of the agreement are not known, but it is believed that Nagas` aspirations will be addressed under the Indian Constitution. In August 2020, the National Socialist Council of Nagaland published copies of the Confidential Framework Agreement (FA).  The Naga groups insisted on changing interlocutors R. N. Ravi. and the publication of copies of the agreement was the result of a series of events from that request.   In October 2020, the current head of NSCN-IM Thuingaleng Muivah expressed strong reservations about further approval in a 55-minute interview with Karan Thapar.
 Naga Peace Agreement between GoI and NSCN (I-M), New Delhi, 3 August 2015 Since October 2020, the final agreement has not taken place and the differences are due to the request for a special flag, constitution and larger nagalim by NSCN (IM), which delay and degulate the discussion process. R. N. Ravi, an interlocutor in the Naga talks, told the committee that it was an abandonment of his previous position “with India, not within India” and that the government called it a framework agreement and signed it. This is the first time that the details of the agreement signed on 3 August 2015 at the residence of Prime Minister Narendra Modi are known. In 2015, with the Narendra Modi government firmly in power and Prime Minister Modi insisting on a quick solution to the conflict, a framework agreement was signed, which laid the groundwork for the ongoing peace talks. The details are part of the 213rd report on security in the northeastern states, presented on Thursday by the Standing Parliamentary Committee on Home Affairs in La Rajya Sabha. The Committee was also informed that the “outlines” had not been defined in the framework agreement, which “only concerned the Recognition by the Indian Government of the singularity of the history of the Naga”, and that certain special regimes had to be established for the Nagas. Similarly, some of Naga`s leading civil society organizations, including the Organization of Naga Peoples Of the East (ENPO), Naga Tribes Council (NTC), Against Corruption and Unabated Taxation (ACAUT) and Zeliangrong Baudi (based in Manipur), denounced the framework of the talks.