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AJYCP stages protest demanding permanent solution to border dispute

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HAILAKANDI, Oct 22 - The members of Asom Jatiyatabadi Yuva Chatra Parishad (AJYCP) on Wednesday blocked the NH-154 (Assam-Mizoram inter-State border) at Gharmurra in Hailakandi district of South Assam demanding a permanent solution of the border dispute. Later police arrested 20 members of the Parishad and released them in the evening.

It can be mentioned here that the controversy started Tuesday night when Mizoram erected a bamboo fence in Dholcherra area of Assam-Mizoram border, around 45 kilometres from Hailakandi town. It is alleged that Mizoram blocked the entry of people from Assam through the border. Hailakandi�s Superintendent of Police, Pabindra Kumar Nath said, �There are no stranded people and vehicle on either side of the block.�

A police team from nearby Lala police station led by Officer in Charge, Liton Nath along with the magistrate rushed to the spot on the border and are reportedly camping there to prevent any untoward incident.

The MLA of Katlicherra, Suzam Uddin Laskar has urged the police and the civil administration of Hailakandi to take immediate steps to stop the border imbroglio. He also demanded to ensure the peace and safety of the people living in Assam side.

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AJYCP stages protest demanding permanent solution to border dispute

HAILAKANDI, Oct 22 - The members of Asom Jatiyatabadi Yuva Chatra Parishad (AJYCP) on Wednesday blocked the NH-154 (Assam-Mizoram inter-State border) at Gharmurra in Hailakandi district of South Assam demanding a permanent solution of the border dispute. Later police arrested 20 members of the Parishad and released them in the evening.

It can be mentioned here that the controversy started Tuesday night when Mizoram erected a bamboo fence in Dholcherra area of Assam-Mizoram border, around 45 kilometres from Hailakandi town. It is alleged that Mizoram blocked the entry of people from Assam through the border. Hailakandi�s Superintendent of Police, Pabindra Kumar Nath said, �There are no stranded people and vehicle on either side of the block.�

A police team from nearby Lala police station led by Officer in Charge, Liton Nath along with the magistrate rushed to the spot on the border and are reportedly camping there to prevent any untoward incident.

The MLA of Katlicherra, Suzam Uddin Laskar has urged the police and the civil administration of Hailakandi to take immediate steps to stop the border imbroglio. He also demanded to ensure the peace and safety of the people living in Assam side.

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