In connection with the Mizoram-Assam issue, Prime Minister Narendra Modi meets the Member of Parliament (MPs) from Assam. Narendra Modi discussed the Assam Mizoram border dispute with the MPs, which lead to the death of more than four Assam Police personnel.
Four BJP MPs from northeastern states met Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Monday alleging that some “foreign forces” were responsible for the dispute. Union ministers Kiren Rijiju, Sarbananda Sonowal, and other northeast MPs met the Prime Minister in the parliament.
Modi recently met the governor of Mizoram, Hari Babu Kambhampati to discuss the violent clash between the two northeastern States. Mizoram governor said the Central government and state government are working together to resolve the border issue. Kambhampati added that the Union Home Minister Amit Shah is trying to resolve the tension between the states. Even Chief Ministers of Assam and Mizoram have spoken about restoring peace and tranquility.
Chief Minister of Assam Himanta Biswa Sarma and Chief Minister of Mizoram Zoramthanga held a telephonic conversation with Union Home Minister Amit Shah.
Last week Mizoram police had registered a case is against Assam Chief Minister (CM) Himanta Sarma and other top officials of Assam. The case was filed following the escalated dispute between the two Northeast states Assam and Mizoram on Monday. The gunfight near the border left more than four policemen dead. On Sunday, Mizoram however hinted at resolving conflicts by removing Sarma’s name from the FIR.
In connection with the clash, Assam Police personnel had issued a notice of summons to the Rajya Sabha (RS) MP from Mizoram, K Vanlalvena in New Delhi last week. Now when the Centre has intervened, Assam has decided to withdraw the police complaint.
The violent border clash between Mizoram and Assam started on July 26. Union Home Minister Amit Shah had held a meeting with the CMs of northeastern states during his visit to Meghalaya before the clash broke out between the Northeast states.