Assam-Meghalaya Border Dispute to End Soon, Regional Committees Submitted Reports

The border dispute that arose between Assam and Meghalaya seems to be ending soon. To end the border dispute, a meeting was held between the Chief Ministers of both the states.
Assam-Meghalaya Border Dispute to End Soon, Regional Committees Submitted Reports

Assam-Meghalaya Border Dispute to End Soon, Regional Committees Submitted Reports

The border dispute that arose between Assam and Meghalaya seems to be ending soon. To end the border dispute, a meeting was held between the Chief Ministers of both the states, in which the resolution of the border dispute through dialogue has been discussed. Both states, Assam and Meghalaya are making "positive progress" in resolving the long-standing inter-state border dispute through dialogue and a mutual settlement is expected soon.

Disputes in six areas

After the meeting, Assam Chief Minister Himanta Biswa Sarma said that our regional committees have submitted their report by both the states and we are working towards final settlement on disputed border sites. At the same time, Deputy Chief Minister of Meghalaya, Preston Tynsong said that there are disputes in six areas of the states and I am sure that we will be able to find solutions at least in some areas.

Fourth meeting after Sarma took over as the CM

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Himanta Biswa Sarma

Chief Minister of Assam Himanta Biswa Sarma hosted his Meghalaya counterpart Conrad Sangma for a meeting in Guwahati to discuss progress in resolving the border dispute between the two neighbours. This is the second chief minister-level meeting between the two states on the issue in two months and the fourth meeting after Sarma took over as the chief minister of Assam in May this year.

Sarma tweeted after the meeting, "We are constantly striving to resolve border issues with our neighbours." Expressing satisfaction over the progress made so far, Konrad Sangma tweeted, "We have made very positive progress through our joint dialogue and look forward to arriving at an amicable solution soon."

Regional committees of both the states have submitted reports

Significantly, to resolve the border dispute between Assam and Meghalaya, the chief ministers of both the states were accompanied by several cabinet ministers of their respective states in the meeting, which at present are the regional committees formed by both the states to look into the six points of the dispute. are members of. Meanwhile, the regional committees of both the states have submitted reports to their respective governments.

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