Hailakandi, July 4: The district administration of Hailakandi has stationed 300 Assam police jawans in the Assam-Mizoram bordering Dolcherra area of the district. The Superintendent of Police, Ramandeep Kaur informed that no untoward incident happened in the border during the last few days. The additional Director General of Police, Harmit Singh visited Dholcherra area of the border on Saturday to boost up the morale of the policemen posted there.
Kaur informed that the administrative level meeting of both Kolasib district of Mizoram and Hailakandi district of Assam on Tuesday last decided to maintain the status queue as per the map of survey of India but surprisingly some people from Mizoram constructed three camps in Assam land which was later dismantled by Assam police. She confirmed that there was a scuffle between the people and cops on both sides and no one was injured. She termed this as rumour.
Meanwhile, a meeting of the Chief Secretaries of both Assam and Mizoram will be held on July 9 to sort out the long pending border dispute. It can be mentioned here that the Assam-Mizoram border dispute started in 1995 and already organised many rounds of meetings but no concrete solution yet to come out.