SHILLONG: Meghalaya Chief Minister Mukul Sangma educated the state gathering on Monday that he had talked with and kept in touch with his Assam partner to continue the slowed down between state limit talks.
Reacting to an inquiry by individual from restriction Phlastingwell Pangniang, an individual from the Hill State People's Democratic Party, Sangma said he had kept in touch with Assam Chief Minister Sarbananda Sonowal on July 28 about continuing talks in regards to between state fringe debate. Leader of resistance Donkupar Roy said Assam Block I and II ought to be isolated as these regions were appended to Assam through a notice however were dependably a piece of Meghalaya.
The main priest said records put together by his legislature to Assam were "extremely solid and viable", which was most likely why Assam was requiring some investment to think of a reaction. Meghalaya has presented a few records identified with studies, including maps and different papers to substantiate its case over the debated regions, Mukul said.
Bringing up that the state government has been attempting to determine the fringe debate and the state get together had received a determination on March 11, 2011, asking the Center to constitute a Boundary Commission to determine the question, Mukul included that the Assam council has embraced a counter-determination against the move to define up a Limit Commission. The Center has now prompted both state governments to determine the debate on a reciprocal level, the main priest said.