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AIZAWL, MARCH 25: People of Mizoram have accepted demarcation of Mizoram-Assam boundary as notified by the British India Government in 1875 and should unitedly strive for settlement of the border dispute till the end, Chief Minister Lal Thanhawla said in the Assembly yesterday.

At a discussion on Assam-Miozoram boundary dispute during the question hour, Thanhawla said the demarcation of Mizoram-Assam border by the Assam Government in 1933 was not acceptable to the Mizos as they were never consulted before issuing the notification on March 9, 1933.

Opposition members also echoed the same sentiments saying the boundary as demarcated by the Governor General in Council and notified in 1875 should be accepted as the inter-State boundary between the two neighbouring States.

Border dispute between the two States had triggered a plethora of incidents and the Mizoram Government deployed additional police force along the Mizoram-Karimganj district border recently due to fresh incidets of “intimidation” by Assam officials at Phaisen village.

Mizoram Assembly had unanimously adopted an official resolution on March 9, 2006 urging the Centre to constitute a Boundary Commission to solve the vexed boundary dispute and an all-party delegation had submitted a memorandum to the Prime Minister in 2007 in the matter.

Source: PTI

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