BJP Leaders Of Northeast Meet PM Modi Over Assam-Mizoram Border Issue

BJP Leaders Of Northeast Meet PM Modi Over Assam-Mizoram Border Issue

BJP Leaders Of Northeast Meet PM Modi Over Assam-Mizoram Border Issue

New Delhi:

A gaggle of BJP MPs from the northeastern states met Prime Minister Narendra Modi as we speak relating to the latest rigidity within the Assam-Mizoram border and accused the Congress of politicising the problem. PM instructed the MPs that his affection for the northeast is pure and he doesn’t see it via a political prism, mentioned Union minister Kiren Rijiju.There have been 16 MPs on the assembly — 12 from Assam, two from Arunachal Pradesh and one every from Manipur and Tripura.

Accusing the Congress of indulging in “one upmanship”, a memorandum submitted by the MPs learn, “The Chief Ministers of Assam and Mizoram have expressed a want to amicably resolve points. A collection of confidence-building measures have additionally taken place over the previous couple of days. Yet the actions of the Congress celebration stay as devious and mischievous”.

The memorandum additionally mentioned those that view the Assam-Mizoram problem as a way of “spreading chaos in India (needs to be instructed) that their shenanigans is not going to work”.

After the assembly, Mr Rijiju mentioned international forces are stirring up the folks within the area by making inciting statements and selling manipulated contents.

The MPs additional mentioned within the memorandum that they want to unequivocally state that below the NDA authorities led by PM Modi, “improvement work within the Northeast has been historic and unparalleled”.

After talks with Union Home Minister Amit Shah yesterday, Mizoram lifted the case naming Chief Minister Himata Biswa Sarma and mentioned negotiations have began to resolve the dispute over the border.

As a reciprocal gesture, Assam requested its police to withdraw a First Information Report towards Mizo National Front Rajya Sabha MP Ok Vanlalvena, in reference to the border violence on July 26, wherein six personnel of Assam Police have been killed.

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