Guwahati: Assam Chief Minister Himanta Biswa Sarma met with his Arunachal Pradesh counterpart, Pema Khandu in Guwahati on Monday to discuss long-standing boundary issues between the two states.
Following the discussion, both states decided to conduct a ground-level survey on boundary status.
Taking to the Twitter, Assam CM wrote, “Solving boundary issues with neighbours is our priority. Discussed with Hon’ble CM of Arunachal Pradesh Sh @PemaKhanduBJP , who came all the way to Guwahati, measures for permanent solution to the long-pending issue. We decided to conduct ground level survey on boundary status.”
On the other hand, “Met Honble Chief Minister of Assam Shri @himantabiswa ji along with senior officers of Assam Government. Had detailed discussions on the boundary issue between the two states. We will sincerely work towards a permanent solution on this long pending issue”, Arunachal CM tweeted.
Assam has boundary conflicts with the neighbouring states like Arunachal Pradesh, Meghalaya, Nagaland and Mizoram.