Assam, Manipur Chief Ministers Hold Talks; Agree To Form Committee To Resolve Border Dispute

Assam, Manipur Chief Ministers Maintain Talks; Agree To Kind Committee To Resolve Border Dispute

Mizoram Chief Minister Zoramthanga and Assam Chief Minister Himanta Biswa Sarma met in New Delhi at present to discover a answer to the long-standing border dispute between the 2 Northeastern states.

This was the second assembly between the 2 Chief Ministers up to now 12 months on the vexed border disputes. Each states have determined to kind a regional committee to resolve the impasse.

In November final 12 months, the 2 leaders met in New Delhi within the presence of Union Residence Minister Amit Shah. Nevertheless, at present’s assembly was a bilateral one. The following spherical of ministerial talks, scheduled to be held in Guwahati subsequent month, is but to be fastened, an official mentioned.

The border dispute between the 2 neighbouring states turned violent in July final 12 months, which result in the dying of six policemen and a civilian from Assam when police forces of the 2 states exchanged hearth within the disputed space. Round 60 folks had been additionally injured.

“To resolve the long-standing border concern with Mizoram, met Chief Minister Shri @ZoramthangaCMji at Assam Home, New Delhi and reviewed ministerial-level talks held at Aizawl on August 9. We’re within the means of forming a regional committee to debate & resolve the problem” Himanta Biswa Sarma tweeted.

Each the Chief Ministers reviewed the ministerial stage talks held at Aizawl on August 9.
A ministerial stage delegation had visited Aizawl to carry talks on resolving the border dispute.