Assam, Meghalaya CMs meet Home Minister Amit Shah, brief him on border pact

Union Home Minister Amit Shah File Photo PTI

Union Home Minister Amit Shah File Photo PTI

A day subsequent to consenting to determine the many years old boundary debates, Assam Chief Minister Himanta Biswa Sarma and his Meghalaya partner Conrad Sangma on Thursday met Union Home Minister Amit Shah and advised him about the result about their conversations and how to settle the issue agreeably.

The two boss priests on Wednesday had said Assam and Meghalaya Governments consented to determine the boundary questions and came to an agreement on the towns and distinguished normal limits like streams and timberlands.

“I alongside HCM Meghalaya Sri @SangmaConrad met Adarniya Griha Mantri Sri @AmitShah ji in New Delhi. We notified HM on the results about conversations held among Assam and Meghalaya legislatures to determine the line questions agreeably. We’re appreciative for his direction,” Sarma tweeted in the wake of going to the extended gathering with Sangma.

Sangma likewise tweeted: “Approached Hon’ble HM, @AmitShah ji with HCM of Assam, @himantabiswa ji and informed him on the reports about the local boards. He communicated bliss on the drive taken by the two states regarding the present situation. The MHA will analyze the reports and we will meet HM again post January 26.”

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Sarma on Wednesday had said the two states would present their suggestions to the Center and urge it to take the matter forward.

“The Assam-Meghalaya line issue was examined in the (state) Cabinet. The territorial boards of the two states have come to an agreement, and arrangement has likewise been reached at the Chief Minister-level,” he had said.

The Union Home Ministry is currently expected to finalise a “conclusion” however pretty much the construction has been reached after a since a long time ago drawn exercise between the two states, Sangma had said.

The limit outline will be done after the due method in Parliament, he said.

There are 36 towns in the six spots of distinction, covering an area of 36.79 sq km. PTI

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