Assam Chief Minister Himanta Biswa Sarma and his Meghalaya counterpart Conrad Ok Sangma on Friday mentioned the 2 states will arrange committees to resolve the inter-state border disputes.
Two panels to be headed by cupboard ministers of every state will probably be arrange, they mentioned.
The committees will purpose at resolving the border disputes in a phased method in six of the 12 disputed websites initially, the chief ministers mentioned at a joint press convention.
Each panel can have 5 members, together with a cupboard minister of every state in addition to bureaucrats, Mr Sarma mentioned, including that native representatives could also be a part of a committee.
Members of each the panels will go to the websites, work together with civil society members and full discussions inside 30 days.
Five facets, that are to be thought of to resolve the disputes, are historic proof, ethnicity, administrative comfort, temper and sentiments of the folks involved and contiguity of land, Mr Sangma mentioned.
“In principle, we will try to find a solution within the framework of these five aspects”, he mentioned.
The six disputed websites taken up within the first part are Tarabari, Gijang, Phalia, Baklapara, Pilingkata and Khanapara.
These areas fall in Cachar, Kamrup Metro and Kamrup Rural districts in Assam and West Khasi Hills, Ri Bhoi and East Jaintia Hills in Meghalaya.
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