Assam, Mizoram Chief Ministers To Maintain Talks Over Border Dispute: Report
Assam Chief Minister Himanta Biswa Sarma will now meet his Mizoram counterpart, Zoramthanga to carry one other spherical of talks on the pending Assam-Mizoram border situation, on Tuesday confirmed official sources to ANI.
The event comes a couple of days after the border talks occurred between Union House Minister Amit Shah together with Chief Minister of Arunachal Pradesh Pema Khandu and Chief Minister of Assam Himanta Biswa Sarma.
Sources aware of the event stated that Mr Sarma who will return to the nationwide capital late on Monday evening will meet Mizoram CM Zoramthanga to carry a gathering at Assam Home on Tuesday afternoon to take ahead the initiative to resolve the inter-border dispute points.
Sources additionally say that the 2 leaders might meet later within the day with Union House Minister Amit Shah to additional talk about the developments.
In November final 12 months, the 2 Chief Ministers Met within the presence of the Union House Minister within the nationwide capital to debate the decades-long pending situation.
In July final 12 months, the border dispute turned violent ensuing within the dying of seven personnel from the Assam police and injuring a number of others. Following this, a few rounds of conferences have taken place between the delegations from Assam and Mizoram to unravel this situation amicably.