Dispute in Indian States Assam, Mizoram Border

There are reports of border clashes between countries, but only from one province.

Bloody border clashes between the two seem to be rare.

At least one Assam policeman has been killed and more than 50 injured in border clashes between the northeastern states of Assam and Mizoram.

Currently, there is a lot of tension on the border between the two countries.

Union Home Minister Amit Shah talks with the ministers of the two countries to bring the situation back under control.

Mizoram Premier Zoram Thanga said the clashes erupted when more than 200 Assamese policemen arrived at the CRPF center near the Warangi Gate rickshaw stand in Kichar district and called Mizoram police and residents. It hurts

When citizens began to gather, they were charged with canal gas and tear gas. Many people were injured.

While firing on the Mizoram police, the police threw a manual bomb and opened fire.

On the other hand, Assam’s Minister Hemant Bushra Sharma said that the controversy started when the Mizoram government started constructing roads in the Lyallpur Asla district.

In this regard, senior officers like the Inspector General of Police, DIG, and SP of Assam Police Department convinced them that they have to maintain the status quo.

According to Minister Hemant Sharma, the local people started pelting stones at the Assam Police.

Tension escalated during the talks, and the Mizoram Police opened fire, killing at least six Assam police officers and injuring over 50, including in RCS Cachar district.

It is clear from this statement that the firing took place from both sides. In his tweet, Assam’s Minister Hemant Sharma said: “I am saddened to hear that six police officers from Assam have sacrificed their lives to uphold the constitutional boundaries of the country.”

“The evidence clearly shows that the Mysore Police used submachine guns against the Assam Police, which is very unfortunate,” he said.

The situation on the border between the two countries is agitated. Armed police from both sides patrolled the border area. Mizoram shares a border of 165 km with Assam, which includes the three districts of Mizoram, Azole, Kola Apple, and Mumtaz. In addition, the Cachar, Karimganj, and Hailakandi districts of Assam are connected to it.

Last year, there was a border dispute between residents of Lalitpur village in Cachar district and locals near Warangit in Kolasib Mizoram district, in which eight people were injured.

The border dispute between the two countries has been going on for a long time, but it is unprecedented when the police of both countries stand in front of each other and start firing.

The question is, why did the police have to fire? It also raises questions on the behavior of police officers.

Assam’s bureau chief Dorova Ghosh said, “The border dispute between the two countries has been going on for a long time. There have been reports of fighting from many border areas.

But there would be so much controversy that the police would unexpectedly be shot and killed. “There is a lot of tension in the region at this point. There are reports that tension is increasing along the Assam-Meghalaya border.