New Delhi: A day after meeting Prime Minister Narendra Modi and Home Minister Amit Shah in New Delhi to apprise them of the border dispute with Mizoram, Assam Chief Minister Himanta Biswa Sarma said that both the states are ready to resolve the issue peacefully. working for.
Sarma said talks are on between the two states but it may take some time to “heal all the pain”.
“With Mizoram, you need a period of peace because after such a heavy engagement you need some time to heal all the pain. After that, you need to initiate some confidence-building measures from both the sides and then some final resolutions. Need to talk about it,” said the Assam CM.
“I think both the governments are talking now and of course both the sides will work for peace and tranquility,” he said.
The statement comes amid the central government’s efforts to resolve the decades-old dispute between the states.
According to ANI sources, work is being done by the Center and the state on a permanent solution to the border dispute.
Earlier, Sarma had said that the border dispute is something that cannot be resolved overnight.
Dispute started after Assam-Mizoram border dispute five assam police jawans martyred During a clash with Mizoram Police last month.