Bodo Liberation Tigers Force (BLTF) was an outfitted radical gathering that worked in the Bodo ruled areas of Assam. The gathering at first needed to cut out a different self-rule of Bodoland in Assam yet surrendered with the foundation of Bodoland Territorial Council, an update of the Bodo Autonomous Council. On 18 June 1996, under the administration of Prem Singh Brahma, the Bodo Liberation Tigers Force had founded.
2,641 units surrendered and set out their arms on 6 December 2003 at Kokrajhar. A lion’s share of them was caught up in the CRPF. On the next day, a between time 12‑member official board of the Bodoland Territorial Council (BTC) was framed in Kokrajhar. The principle arrangements of the MoS identified with “the formation of the Bodoland Territorial Council, an independent self-overseeing body inside the State of Assam and under the arrangements of the Sixth Schedule of the Constitution of India to satisfy financial, instructive and semantic yearnings, socio-social and ethnic character of the Bodos, and to accelerate the foundation advancement in BTC zone”. The BTC would have 40 chosen delegates and the Assam government would assign six more. Of the chose agents, 30 seats would be held for innate pioneers, five for different indigenous Assamese pioneers, and the staying five would be open for general challenge.