Assam, Mizoram CMs decide to form regional committee to solve border dispute

Assam, Mizoram CMs determine to type regional committee to unravel border dispute

New Delhi: Chief Ministers of Assam and Mizoram met on the Assam Home in Delhi on Wednesday to debate the border points that each the states have been having for many years.

CM Himanta Biswa Sarma and CM Zoramthanga through the assembly dissussed concerning the prospects of forming a regional committee to resolve the border disputes.

Himanta Biswa Sarma talking concerning the assembly stated that they have been within the means of forming the committee for a sooner answer to the border points. 

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Assam and Mizoram have been right into a border dispute for many years. The first motive behind this was that the each states observe separate demarcation guidelines. 

Whereas Mizoram follows the 1875 Bengal Japanese Frontier Regulation (BERF), Assam authorities follows the 1933 demarcation rule.

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Because the BERF, areas below Mizoram has huge stretches of the world claimed by Assam. However Assam, following the most recent demarcation, dismisses territorial claims by Mizoram.