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Meghalaya, Assam exchange reports on boundary disputes

The Chief Minister of Meghalaya hoped that the meeting will be held in the next week and final outcome at least for the first phase will be taken up.

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Shillong, Jan 3 (UNI) Meghalaya and Assam on Monday exchanged reports submitted by their respective regional committees on the boundary disputes in presence of Chief Minister Conrad Sangma here at State Secretariat here. 

The reports were exchanged between Meghalaya Deputy Chief Minister Prestone Tynsong, who is also the chairman of Ri-Bhoi regional committee and Assam Minister Pijush Hazarika. 

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Chief Minister Sangma informed that a detailed meeting was also held with the Deputy Chief Minister of Meghalaya Prestone Tynsong and P Hazarika, who is the minister and chairman of the regional committee from Assam. 

“The Assam government has the report made by Meghalaya government and vice-versa. We have gone through it. Agaian detailed discussions were also held and I must there it was positive one,” Sangma said.

Sangma also said that there will be another round of Chef Ministerial level meeting and that’s when the final decisions will take place.

The Chief Minister of Meghalaya hoped that the meeting will be held in the next week and final outcome at least for the first phase will be taken up.

He also informed that on Tuesday the regional committees of West Khasi Hills district (Meghalaya) led by Renikton Lyngdoh Tongkhar and Kamrup (Assam) led by Atul Bora will be meeting in Guwahati. 

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