Dispute: Soft stand of governments of Assam-Mizoram

Dispute: Exercise to reduce lingering tensions (Dispute) between Assam and Mizoram over border dispute is starting to bear fruit. Chief ministers from both states said they would resolve the issue through talks. Mizoram CM Zoramthanga, after a telephone conversation with Chief Minister of Assam Hemant Biswa Sharma and Minister of Interior Amit Shah, said any dispute between the two states will be resolved through dialogue and a friendly attitude.

Zoramthanga called on the people of Mizoram not to post such messages on social media (Dispute), which would make the situation worse. Assam CM Himanta Biswa Sharma welcomed Zoramthanga’s statement. He said that all efforts will be made for peace at the border.

After talks with Home Secretary Amit Shah on Sunday, Mizoram Chief Minister Zoramthanga said during the phone call that it was decided that the border dispute should be resolved amicably by the government. through constructive dialogue. He tweeted: “In accordance with the telephone conversation with the Union Home Minister and the Chief Minister of Assam, we have agreed to resolve the Mizoram-Assam border dispute through a fruitful dialogue in a friendly atmosphere. . “

Hemant Biswa Sharma informed by tweeting that he had asked the Assam Police Force that Mizoram K’s MP Rajya Sabha. The FIR registered against Vanlavena should be withdrawn. But the police officers against whom the case is registered in the event of violence, they will continue to be prosecuted.

Hemant Biswa Sharma wrote: “I have seen the statements made by the Honorable Chief Minister Zoramthanga in the media. In which he expressed his desire to settle the border dispute amicably. Assam still wants to keep the spirit of the North East alive. committed to ensuring peace at our borders. To further this goodwill, I sent Assam police to Rajya Sabha MP K. Ordered to withdraw FIR against Vanlavena. However, the case will be prosecuted against others police officers accused.

Assam police issued a summons to six other Mizoram state officers and asked them to be present at Dholai police station on Monday. These officers also include a deputy commissioner and the police superintendent of Kolasib district.

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