Assam and Mizoram on Thursday determined to extend the fencing alongside their inter-State border, which has seen violence that claimed the lives of 5 Assam police personnel and a civilian final July.
Mizoram Chief Minister Zoramthanga described his about two-hour assembly along with his Assam counterpart Himanta Biswa Sarma as “cordial”.
The 2 Chief Ministers met to resolve their boundary disputes apparently following intervention of the Union Residence Ministry, officers stated.
Assam and Mizoram share a 164 km border.
“We had an excellent assembly. We’re like brothers. Tomorrow we are going to meet Union Residence Minister [Amit Shah] collectively. We’ll attempt to enhance our fencing all alongside the border,” Mr. Zoramthanga informed reporters.
Nonetheless, Mr. Sarma stated they didn’t focus on something besides having fun with the dinner collectively.
“We loved the dinner collectively since we’re good mates. We’ll meet the Residence Minister . Nothing mentioned at this time,” Mr. Sarma stated.
Mr. Zoramthanga additionally stated he was wanting ahead to many extra of such “progressive conferences”.
“Thanks on your heat hospitable reception Shri @himantabiswa ji and Shri @ATULBORA2 ji. Cordial discussions on numerous developmental matter for the welfare of Northeast India was mentioned. Trying ahead to many extra progressive assembly,” Mr. Zoramthanga tweeted with the hashtag #peace.
He additionally tagged Prime Minister Narendra Modi and Union Residence Minister Amit Shah in his tweet.
Mr. Atul Bora is Assam’s Border Affairs Minister.
Based on an official, the Central Authorities desires a peaceable decision of the border dispute between Assam and Mizoram and the Union Residence Minister is believed to be in common contact with the 2 Chief Ministers for a peaceable decision of the difficulty.
Following the July 26 violence, each Assam and Mizoram police registered separate instances naming one another’s political leaders and police and civil officers.
Nonetheless, a few of these instances had been withdrawn following a truce.