Earlier within the day, Mizoram governor Hari Babu Kambhampati met Prime Minister Narendra Modi to debate the standoff between the 2 states.

Prime Minister Narendra Modi will meet MPs from Assam on Monday to debate the border difficulty with Mizoram that had taken a violent flip final week resulting in deaths of six Assam Police personnel and damage of many.

Earlier within the day, Mizoram governor Hari Babu Kambhampati met the Prime Minister to debate the standoff between the 2 states. The governor mentioned the Centre and state governments are working intently and efforts are underway to resolve the problem.

Stating that the clashes that erupted final week have been “very unfortunate”, he additional mentioned Union dwelling minister Amit Shah is attempting to diffuse the disaster, whereas chief ministers of each the states have additionally spoken about restoring peace.

Assam chief minister Himanta Biswa Sarma and his Mizoram counterpart Zoramthanga are mentioned to have held a telephonic conversation with Shah, days after the duo traded fees on social media over the clashes. The two CMs are additionally prone to meet quickly.

Meanwhile, Assam has decided to withdraw a police case in opposition to Okay Vanlalvena, Rajya Sabha MP from Mizoram, signalling additional easing of rigidity. The case, filed in opposition to Vanlalvena after he mentioned in a TV interview that if Assam policemen enter Mizoram once more “all will be killed”, was taken again following Shah’s intervention.

On Sunday, Mizoram additionally hinted at eradicating Sarma’s identify from an FIR whereby the Assam CM and a few senior officers have been accused of an try and homicide and assault.

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