The Coordinating Committee on Manipur Integrity, which is spearheading the protests, had asked the Centre to disclose the details before November 4.
The protestors are seeking an assurance from the Centre that the settlement of the vexed Naga issue will not hurt Manipur’s interests in any manner.
It is not clear if the accord would be signed before November 2 when PM Narendra Modi leaves for Thailand, or upon his return.
Various Meitei (Manipuri) organisations have already made it clear that the final Naga accord should not hurt Manipur’s interests.
Naga peace process hits roadblock as demand for separate flag, statute rejected; cops on leave recalled
Nagaland Governor RN Ravi had accused the NSCN-IM, the key negotiator in Naga peace process, of adopting a procrastinating attitude to delay the settlement of vexed and protracted Naga problem.