The Arunachal Pradesh and Assam Administrations on Monday decided to constitute an Inter-State Committee to address the border disputes between the Two North-Eastern States. The Committee, comprising Deputy Commissioners, Superintendents of Police and District Forest officers of the bordering Districts of the Two States will resolve the border disputes in their Areas at the District level, an official community said . The Two States, agreed to maintain peace and status along the Inter-State border to prevent unscrupulous elements from taking advantage of the border disputes during a Chief Secretary-Level Meeting. The 2 Top Officials decided to regularly convene Inter-State coordination meetings to resolve issues amicably, the report said. It also stated that the two sides also decided to work together on issues like drug trafficking and the movement of extremists.