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Atul Bora visits disputed regions of Assam-Meghalaya border with Meghalaya Minister, interacts with locals

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On Monday, October 4, as a part of the Regional Committee, Atul Bora inspected the disputed areas at Hahim, Athiabari, Salbari, Malchapara, Gamerimura, etc. regions alongside the Assam-Meghalaya border.

Meghalaya Minister Shri Renikton L. Tongkhar, public representatives, Assam’s BP&D Commissioner & Secretary, DCs & SPs of Kamrup & West Khasi Hills districts, and senior officials were also present. 

The team along with CM also communicated with local inhabitants, Village Heads, Panchayat representatives & members of various local organizations to listen to their issues and suggestions.

Chief Minister Himanta Biswa Sharma had previously taken some important steps to resolve the inter-state border tensions with the respective neighbouring states.

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Steps included the formation of several Regional Committees after the CM held talks together with his Meghalaya counterpart to find lasting answers on the ongoing issues.

Minister Atul Bora tweets

Minister of Agriculture, Horticulture, Animal Husbandry & Veterinary, Atul Bora tweeted the following from his official Twitter account-

“HCM Dr @himantabiswa led Assam Govt has taken strong steps to resolve inter-state border disputes with neighbouring states.”

“Regional Committees were formed after HCM held talks with his Meghalaya counterpart to find lasting solutions in this regard.”

“Today, as a part of the Regional Committee, inspected disputed locations at Hahim, Athiabari, Salbari, Malchapara, Gamerimura, etc. areas along Assam-Meghalaya border.”

“Meghalaya Minister Shri Renikton L. Tongkhar, public representatives, Assam’s BP&D Commissioner & Secretary, DCs & SPs of Kamrup & West Khasi Hills districts and senior officials were present during the visit.”

“We interacted with local residents, Village Heads, Panchayat representatives & members of various local organisations to listen to their issues and suggestions.”

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