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Assam – Meghalaya Border Talks: Crucial CM level meet in Guwahati today

Meghalaya Chief Minister Conrad Sangma is all set to meet his Assam counterpart Himanta Biswa Sarma in Guwahati today for a decisive discussion on the first 6 areas of difference.

Meghalaya Chief Minister Conrad Sangma is all set to meet his Assam counterpart Himanta Biswa Sarma in Guwahati today for a decisive discussion on the first 6 areas of difference.

As per sources, the meeting is set to take place at about 5 pm.

Talking to media persons after a cabinet meeting in Shillong yesterday, Chief Minister Conrad Sangma expressed hope that full understanding will be reached as far as the areas of difference taken up in the first phase are concerned. 

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It may be mentioned that earlier CM Conrad Sangma had said that both CMs will fly to Delhi once they get a call from Union Home Minister Amit Shah to brief him on the recommendations of the various regional committees formed by the two states to resolve the long-pending border issue.

On January 20, the Chief Ministers of both states meet Union Home Minister Amit Shah at CM Sarma’s residence on the inter-state border issue between states and handed over the reports of their regional committees on border issues during the meet.

Assam and Meghalaya CMs have worked on war footing to resolve the decades-old inter-state border dispute and the efforts have shown results in the past few weeks.

Both CMs have also shown an immense political will to sort out the matter once and for all.

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First Published: 29th January, 2022 9:52 IST

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