Guwahati, Sep 14: Assam Chief Minister Himanta Biswa Sarma on Tuesday held a meeting regarding the inter-state boundary issues.
CM Sarma met with the nearby committees constituted to check out the matter. Taking to Twitter he knowledgeable that this become part of the government’s efforts to clear up all inter-country boundary problems.
He wrote, “As a part of our enterprise to clear up all inter-country boundary problems with Arunachal Pradesh, held an assembly with nearby committees constituted for the purpose.”
The Assam CM also cited that he took consciousness of the observations made with the aid of using the committees in a bid to settle all of the problems.
“Took note of the committees’ observations to add momentum to our efforts to settle the issues once and for all,” added CM Sarma.
As part of our endeavour to resolve all inter-state boundary issues with Arunachal Pradesh, held a meeting with regional committees constituted for the purpose.
Took note of the committees’ observations to add momentum to our efforts to settle the issues once and for all. pic.twitter.com/BT0tX90EwV
— Himanta Biswa Sarma (@himantabiswa) September 13, 2022
It can be mentioned that the Chief Ministers of Assam and neighboring country Meghalaya had in March this year signed a historic pact to end disagreements across six of 12 areas of dispute.
The CMs of Assam and Meghalaya, Dr. Himanta Biswa Sarma and Conrad Sangma, signed the settlement in presence of Union domestic minister Amit Shah in the national capital – Delhi.
The memorandum of understanding (MoU) become signed between Assam and Meghalaya after a draft decision become submitted with the aid of using the CMs of each state to Shah for consideration two months ago on January 31.
The two state governments had given you the draft decision to clear up the border disputes in six of the 12 disputed regions alongside the 884 kilometers inter-state boundary.