iNewz.in Hindi News

Delhi: Assam Cm Himanta Biswa Sarma And Mizoram Cm Zoramthanga Arrive At Assam House For A Meeting

News Desk, Amar Ujala, New Delhi

Published by: Surendra Joshi
Updated Thu, 25 Nov 2021 11:04 PM IST

Summary

Assam CM Sarma told that Zoramthanga has come on a seven-day visit to Delhi. So I invited him to dinner. Tomorrow we will meet Union Home Minister Amit Shah.

Sarma and Zoramthanga reached Assam House in Delhi
– Photo : ANI

The central government is active in resolving border disputes in the northeastern states. Assam CM Himanta Biswa Sarma and Mizoram CM Zoramthanga reached Delhi on Thursday. The two had dinner together at the Assam House in the capital. Both the CMs will meet Home Minister Amit Shah on Friday. It is hoped that there will be a fruitful discussion on the border dispute between Assam-Mizoram.

Assam CM Sarma told on Thursday night that Zoramthanga has come on a seven-day visit to Delhi. So I invited him to dinner. We had dinner and discussed. Tomorrow both of us will meet Union Home Minister Amit Shah. Today we just chatted and enjoyed dinner.

On the other hand, Mizoram CM Zoramthanga said, ‘We are both good friends and like brothers, so I was invited by Himanta ji for dinner. We spent good time together. We expect the Home Minister to meet Shah together. We tried to strengthen the friendship further.

It is noteworthy that the border dispute between Assam and Mizoram is going on for a long time. At times it has taken a violent turn. Been heating up for some time. The three districts of Mizoram, Aizawl, Kolasib and Mamit are adjacent to the Cachar, Hailakandi and Karimganj districts of Assam. There is a 164.4 km long border between them, there is a border dispute between the two states for a long time.

On November 17, there was news that Mizoram has resumed construction work on the disputed border with Assam. Mizoram has claimed that we are following the same path that our neighboring state of Assam has shown us. Two days ago, the Joint Action Committee (JPC) had requested the Center and the Mizoram government to withdraw the order that had directed the closure of construction work along the border with Assam.

With the CMs of both the states being together in Delhi on Thursday and meeting Home Minister Amit Shah on Friday, it is expected that there will be a fruitful discussion on the border dispute between Assam and Mizoram and a settlement will be reached.

Expansion

The central government is active in resolving border disputes in the northeastern states. Assam CM Himanta Biswa Sarma and Mizoram CM Zoramthanga reached Delhi on Thursday. The two had dinner together at the Assam House in the capital. Both the CMs will meet Home Minister Amit Shah on Friday. It is hoped that there will be a fruitful discussion on the border dispute between Assam-Mizoram.

Assam CM Sarma told on Thursday night that Zoramthanga has come on a seven-day visit to Delhi. So I invited him to dinner. We had dinner and discussed. Tomorrow both of us will meet Union Home Minister Amit Shah. Today we just chatted and enjoyed dinner.

On the other hand, Mizoram CM Zoramthanga said, ‘We are both good friends and like brothers, so I was invited by Himanta ji for dinner. We spent good time together. We expect the Home Minister to meet Shah together. We tried to strengthen the friendship further.

It is noteworthy that the border dispute between Assam and Mizoram is going on for a long time. At times it has taken a violent turn. Been heating up for some time. The three districts of Mizoram, Aizawl, Kolasib and Mamit are adjacent to the Cachar, Hailakandi and Karimganj districts of Assam. There is a 164.4 km long border between them, there is a border dispute between the two states for a long time.

On November 17, there was news that Mizoram has resumed construction work on the disputed border with Assam. Mizoram has claimed that we are following the same path that our neighboring state of Assam has shown us. Two days ago, the Joint Action Committee (JPC) had requested the Center and the Mizoram government to withdraw the order that had directed the closure of construction work along the border with Assam.

With the CMs of both the states being together in Delhi on Thursday and meeting Home Minister Amit Shah on Friday, it is expected that there will be a fruitful discussion on the border dispute between Assam and Mizoram and a settlement will be reached.

,

Leave a Reply