Guwahati: Chief minister of Assam and Arunachal Pradesh met in Guwahati to talk about the border dispute between their respective states on March 30.
”The CM level meeting on the Assam-Arunachal border was held today at Guwahati in an ambiance of camaraderie & cooperation to resolve all outstanding issues! As per the vision of HPM @narendramodi ji & under the guidance of HM @AmitShah ji, we are working towards resolving the vexed issue,” Khandu tweeted.
Khandu added that the long-standing border disputes between the two friendly states will be resolved, as would the Chief Minister of Assam.
”We are working hard to find an amicable solution. Happy that we have both made substantial progress,” Khandu added.
Assam government established regional committees to hold discussions with Arunchal Pradesh over the interstate border disputes with the neighbouring state and in this regard the regional committees have recently held multiple rounds of discussions.
The regional committee made its first combined visit to the region after the Namsai declaration was ratified by the Khandu and the Chief Minister of Assam last year.