Assam & Meghalaya Chief Ministers Submit Regional Committee Reports on Border Row to Home Minister Amit Shah
GG News Bureau
New Delhi, 21st Jan. Assam Chief Minister Himanta Biswa Sarma and his Meghalaya Chief Minister Conrad Sangma discussed the boundary dispute between the two states with Union Home Minister Amit Shah on Thursday. Both the leaders submitted recommendations of regional committees.
The CMs apprised the Home Minister Shah on the outcomes of discussions held between Assam and Meghalaya governments to resolve the border disputes amicably.
The recommendations of the committees were submitted to the Home Minister Amit Shah for further action by the Centre.
The regional committee reports were reportedly more or less common.
The Ministry of Home Affairs will thoroughly examine the recommendations of the reports submitted by both the chief ministers to Amit Shah.
Both the CMs will meet Home Minister Amit Shah again post January 26.
Assam Chief Minister Himanta Biswa Sarma in a tweet said, “I along with HCM Meghalaya Sangma Conrad met Adarniya Griha Mantri Amit Shah ji in New Delhi. We apprised Hon HM on the outcomes of discussions held between Assam and Meghalaya governments to resolve the border disputes amicably. We’re grateful for his guidance,”
Meghalaya Chief Minister Conrad Sangma said, “Called on Hon’ble HM Amit Shah ji with HCM of Assam Himanta Biswa ji and apprised him on the reports of the Regional Committees. He expressed happiness on the initiative taken by both the States in the matter. MHA will examine the reports and we will meet the Home Minister again post 26th Jan”.
Recently Assam and Meghalaya exchanged reports submitted by their respective regional committees.
The meeting of both the Chief Ministers with the Home Minister Amit Shah is significant as Meghalaya will be celebrating Statehood day on January 21.