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Officers of Assam, Mizoram hold talks to restore peace on troubled border

Published on October 19, 2020 | News Source: Bijay Sankar Bora
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Sonowal calls up Amit Shah to apprise situation on Assam-Mizoram border

Published on October 19, 2020|News Source : Bijay Sankar Bora

Guwahati, October 19: Assam Chief Minister, Sarbananda Sonowal today called up the Union Home Minister Amit Shah to apprise him about the latest situation along the violence affected areas on Assam-Mizoram inter-state bounday.

Sonowal also apprised the Prime Minister's Office on Sunday about the prevailing situation at Assam-Mizoram border over phone besides calling up his Mizoram counterpart Zoramthanga to talk about the incident that took place at the inter-state boundary.

During the talk, Chief Minister Sonowal stressed on taking productive measures and joint efforts to address the border issues. He also advocated amicably settling the border dispute and to work with cooperation for maintaining peace and order at the inter-state border.

Mizoram CM Zoramthanga assured Chief Minister Sonowal to maintain peace at the inter-state border and working with cooperation.
In the wake of the violent clash that took place at the Assam-Mizoram border on Saturday night, Excise, Forests and Environment and Fisheries Minister Parimal Suklabaidiya visited the area on Sunday to take the stock of the situation.

Suklabaidiya was accompanied by Cachar DC, SP & senior district administration officials.

The Minister visited the Lailapur area situated along the Assam-Mizoram border where several houses of the people of Assam were burnt down on Saturday night by suspected miscreants from Mizoram and the incident triggered tension along the inter-state border tensions.

Suklabaidiya took stock of the situation and ordered a high-level enquiry into this untoward incident. He also held multiple rounds of talks with the locals and has directed Cachar police and the district administration to resolve the issue at the earliest.

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