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Mizoram CM discusses Myanmar refugee issue with Amit Shah

First Published: 5th January, 2024 16:15 IST

The Union Home Minister apprised the Chief Minister that it is the rule in India to conduct biometric registration for foreigners residing in the country.

Mizoram Chief Minister Lalduhoma met with Union Home Minister Amit Shah at his office, where the latter assured him that no Myanmar refugees will be sent back until normalcy returns to their country.
The Union Home Minister also apprised the Chief Minister that it is the rule in India to conduct biometric registration for foreigners residing in the country.
Chief Minister Lalduhoma also informed Amit Shah about the Household Registration Bill passed by Mizoram and that the President of India has not given her assent.
The Home Minister advised CM Lalduhoma to make the necessary amendments and resubmit the Bill.
On Thursday, Lalduhoma, who is on his first official visit to New Delhi after taking oath of office paid a courtesy call to Prime Minister Narendra Modi.
Prime Minister congratulated the Chief Minister and assured him of necessary support from the central government in all economic development programs of Mizoram and suggested to have regular meetings on key issues pertaining to development programs of the state.
Lalduhoma discussed with the Prime Minister wide range of issues including Myanmar refugees in Mizoram, and about Indo-Myanmar border.
He also met External Affairs Minister S Jaishankar and Union Minister of Road Transport & Highways Shri Nitin Gadkari, and held a discussion on improving the state of roads in the state and accelerating ongoing projects.

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