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Hailakandi: Two BoPs to be constructed in Assam-Mizoram border

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Hailakandi, July 24, Two new BoPs will be established in Birnullah and Bilaipur areas along Assam-Mizoram border in Hailakandi district. Informing this, the deputy commissioner of Hailakandi, Rohan Kumar Jha said that the Assam police personnel are guarding the border for twenty four hours. Jha claimed that the situation in the border is now totally under control and no fresh incident has been reported, he added.

Further, some constructions have been dismantled by the police in Assam land which were built illegally after June 1, Jha said. He informed that the construction of roads leading to the border is also going on in full swing and hoped that the Communication will be much easier after the completion of road construction.

It can be mentioned here that the border dispute between Assam and Mizoram is a matter of serious concern for the state government. Mizoram shares 164.6 kms of boundary with Barak Valley in South Assam. The MLA of Katlicherra, Suzam Uddin Laskar recently met the chief minister Himanta Biswa Sharma and sought his intervention to end this thirty five years old dispute. A chief secretary and DGP level meeting was also held but failed to come to any conclusion.

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Hailakandi: Two BoPs to be constructed in Assam-Mizoram border

Hailakandi, July 24, Two new BoPs will be established in Birnullah and Bilaipur areas along Assam-Mizoram border in Hailakandi district. Informing this, the deputy commissioner of Hailakandi, Rohan Kumar Jha said that the Assam police personnel are guarding the border for twenty four hours. Jha claimed that the situation in the border is now totally under control and no fresh incident has been reported, he added.

Further, some constructions have been dismantled by the police in Assam land which were built illegally after June 1, Jha said. He informed that the construction of roads leading to the border is also going on in full swing and hoped that the Communication will be much easier after the completion of road construction.

It can be mentioned here that the border dispute between Assam and Mizoram is a matter of serious concern for the state government. Mizoram shares 164.6 kms of boundary with Barak Valley in South Assam. The MLA of Katlicherra, Suzam Uddin Laskar recently met the chief minister Himanta Biswa Sharma and sought his intervention to end this thirty five years old dispute. A chief secretary and DGP level meeting was also held but failed to come to any conclusion.

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