Assam govt put efforts to resolve border disputes with neighboring states

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The Assam government has been putting all efforts to resolve the border disputes with the neighboring states. Several rounds of talks have been held with Arunachal Pradesh, Meghalaya and Mizoram to solve the issue amicably. Union Home Minister Amit Shah has also held meetings with several Chief Ministers of North Eastern states in New Delhi on border issues.

AIR Correspondent reports that Assam and Meghalaya have already signed a pact on resolving the inter-state border dispute. Steps are now being taken to solve the issues in remaining disputed parts between the two states. Both the states share nearly 885 kilometers of border. Similarly, 12 regional committees have been set up by Assam and Arunachal Pradesh to solve the differences.

The members of the committees are visiting the disputed areas. Assam and Arunachal Pradesh share an 804 kilometers boundary. On the other hand, Assam and Mizoram also signed a joint statement recently to maintain peace in bordering areas. Several talks were also held between both states.