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‘Issue can be resolved through talks’, CM Himanta Biswa said on Assam Meghalaya border dispute


Assam-Meghalaya Dispute: After the violence on the Assam-Meghalaya border on 22 November, there is an atmosphere of tension. Now the statement of Chief Minister Himanta Biswa Sarma has come to the fore. CM Biswa says that the police should not use weapons against the citizens. In fact, violence broke out after the police stopped a truck carrying illegal timber on the Assam-Meghalaya border in West Karbi Anglong district, in which six people died.

Himanta Biswa Sarma said that he always instructs the police not to fire on civilians. Both the states should follow the constitutional limit, which is being done from our side. He hoped that this issue would be resolved through talks. However, after a lot of controversy, now the situation has improved a lot.

Advisory to avoid traveling to neighboring state

After the controversy, the Assam Police has also advised to avoid traveling to the neighboring state. Police said that the borders have been opened. Wherever necessary, vehicles are being taken under security cordon. Police patrolling has been arranged in other sensitive areas. On the other hand, continuous demonstrations are being seen in Meghalaya.

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What is Assam-Meghalaya border dispute

On Tuesday (November 22), Assam policemen allegedly opened fire at a disputed site in West Karbi Anglong district along the Assam-Meghalaya border, killing six people. A jawan of the Forest Guard of Assam was also included in those who died. A truck loaded with illegally cut wood was stopped by forest officials of Assam. During this, the policemen of Assam allegedly opened fire.

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