Forest division officers have reportedly stopped an “unlawful concrete building,” allegedly accomplished by some Mizo folks alongside the Assam-Mizoram border in Cachar district.

Based mostly on particular data, a workforce of forest officers led by Cachar DFO Sunnydeo Choudhary rushed to Lailapur on the Assam-Mizoram border on Thursday and stopped “unlawful concrete building,” allegedly accomplished by some Mizo folks.

A forest official mentioned the development was carried out at a spot which is roughly 600 metres from Lailapur beat workplace in the direction of Mizoram.

“Such building work can not happen within the neighborhood whereby impartial forces are deployed for vigil,” DFO Choudhary instructed reporters.

Earlier, personnel of the Sashastra Seema Bal (SSB) and Border Safety Pressure (BSF) have been deployed alongside the Assam-Mizoram border within the wake of heightened pressure.

Assam and Mizoram have differed on the boundary since 1972 when the latter was carved out of the previous as a Union Territory.

The final incident of violence alongside the border was in March 2018 when members of the Mizo College students’ Union tried to reconstruct a resting shed on disputed land that the Assam police personnel had demolished.

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