Assam, Mizoram chief ministers hold talks after violent clash on state border, center convenes meeting – Assam, Mizoram chief ministers hold talks after violent clash on state border, Center convenes meeting

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Violent clashes broke out between the locals on the border of Assam and Mizoram.

Guwahati:

The governments of Assam and Mizoram held talks with the Center on Sunday to discuss the situation after violent clashes along the state’s border. Please tell that many people were injured in violent clashes. The situation in the area is now under control. This incident has taken place on the border of Kolasib district of Mizoram and Cachar district of Assam.

Assam Chief Minister Sarbananda Sonowal has informed the PMO and the Home Ministry. The Assam government said in a statement that they also spoke to Mizoram Chief Minister Zoramthanga over the phone and stressed on joint efforts to resolve border issues and resolve disputes. Zoramthanga called Sonowal to maintain peace on the inter-state border and mutual Cooperation efforts assured.

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The Mizoram government also came to talk to the Center due to the bad situation. The state government said it held a cabinet meeting to discuss the violence and blamed it for “unilateral and provocative acts” and “crimes committed by the Assam government”. A review will be held on Monday under the chairmanship of Union Home Secretary Ajay Kumar Bhalla between the two states to review the situation. Mizoram Home Minister Lalchamliana said that the Chief Secretaries of both the states will be present in the meeting.

Officials said that both the states have deployed a large number of security personnel in violence-hit areas near Vairangte village in Lizapur, Mizoram and Assam. Hundreds of vehicles including trucks carrying essential commodities in Mizoram are stranded at the border in Wairengte.

Please tell that people living on both sides of the border clashed at a Kovid testing center. Violence erupted on Saturday. According to locals, some youths from Border Mizoram came to Lailpur and attacked truck drivers and villagers and burnt more than 15 small shops and houses. Local people also retaliated.

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Tension was mounting with both Mizoram and Assam Police in neighboring Karimganj district, with security escalation extended after border dispute in Ratbari and Patharkandi areas. Deputy Inspector General of Police of Southern Assam Range Dilip Kumar Dey said, “In both Cachar and Karimganj, the Mizoram police came inside the Assam region. In Lailpur, they tried to build a check-gate 1.5 kilometers inside Assam. We Has raised objection. In Karimganj, they are 2.5 km inside their area. “

Meanwhile, tension has also been increasing on the Tripura-Mizoram border for the last few days. According to officials in Mizoram’s Mamit district, large ceremonies have been banned in Phuldungsei, Zampui and Zomuantlang villages due to the proposed construction of a temple in the area by an indigenous organization of Tripura. Mizoram Home Secretary Lalbiakasangi, in a letter to his Tripura counterpart Barun Kumar Sahu, said there was “apprehension of law and order breakdown and communal clashes” and requested the Survey of India for a joint spot verification to settle the dispute. Have done

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