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Chief Ministers’ Level Meeting conducted on Assam Meghalaya Border dispute; HBS hopes it to be fruitful

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Assam Chief Minister Himanta Biswa Sarma took to Twitter in a series of tweets to announce that the second Chief Ministers’ Level Meeting on Assam-Meghalaya Border has been conducted with full respect for each other.

He said that the Assam Government is hopeful that it will turn out highly fruitful for both states.

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Areas of dispute


Sarma said that it has decided to narrow down on six areas of differences between the two states, namely Tarabari, Gizang, Boklapara, Pillangkata, Hahim & Ratacherra, to find out mutually acceptable solutions to the ongoing border disputes.

Formation of committees

Further, three Regional Committees headed by one Cabinet Minister from each state as Co-Chairmen and Local MLAs, bureaucrats & civil society members as members will be constituted.

The committee, which will be made up of ten members, five from each state, will make joint visits to the contested areas. The committees will submit reports containing their recommendations in order to come up with mutually acceptable solutions.

It has been decided that the committees will be headed by Minister Pijush Hazarika, Atul Bora, Chandra Mohan Patowary from Assam and three Cabinet Ministers from Meghalaya.

While seeking a mutual solution, the committee will consider historical features, ethnicity, public perceptions, administrative convenience, and proximity.

Assam Meghalaya Border dispute 3 Assam The North-Eastern Chronicle

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