Himanta Biswa Sarma: ‘If people saw CM sit back, things would have gone bad in Assam’
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Himanta Biswa Sarma: ‘If people saw CM sit back, things would have gone bad in Assam’

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August 3, 2021

Assam Chief Minister Himanta Biswa Sarma told Liz Mathew that the “healing process is on” between his state and Mizoram — after the bloody clashes along the border — with the Centre’s “cooperation”, but a permanent solution can be found only by the Supreme Court. Excerpts:


New Delhi, 03 August 2021

As per news report of The Indian Express, The situation at the border is still tense. The Government of India is talking to both the states. We, both the states, are also talking to each other using our own channels. We hope a solution will emerge. The home ministry from day one has been trying to diffuse the tension. For the last six months, the home ministry has been working very hard to make the states reach an agreement over the borders. But unfortunately, it did not have a result for some reasons. After the July 26 incident also, the home ministry, including the ministers and the senior officials, have been trying to resolve the issue by talking to both sides. They are ensuring that no more clashes take place.

Source -indianexpress.com

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