Shillong: The regional committees of Ri Bhoi and West Khasi Hills District on border dispute between Meghalaya and Assam on Wednesday submitted their studies to the Meghalaya Chief Minister after finishing up a joint inspection and visiting the disputed areas.
Chairman of the Ri-Bhoi regional committee Prestone Tynsong was accompanied by MLA Dasakhiat Lamare, Ri-Bhoi district Deputy Commissioner and different officers.
Equally, West Khasi Hills regional committee chairman Renikton Tongkhar submitted the report back to the CM and was accompanied by members of his committee, MLA Macmillan Byrsat, MLA Gigur Myrthong and MLA Brolding Nongsiej.
Meghalaya Deputy CM Prestone Tynsong stated it will be inappropriate to share the main points of their report for the reason that CM will come out with the following plan of action.
Requested if the areas of variations can be resolved by this month, Tynsong responded that solely the chief minister would be the proper particular person to reply whether or not the areas of variations could be resolved by this month or not.
“Our job because the regional committees it’s to examine and put together a report, which we’ve achieved. We’ve gone to the bottom zero and seen the fact, and no matter we’ve seen, we now have talked about in our report,” stated Tynsong.
He added that the committee’s standards is to hear and likewise have a look at historic and geographical information, ethnicity, willingness of the individuals. The Meghalaya and Assam governments are anticipated to check the report and finalise a date to start out consultative conferences with the stakeholders.
In the meantime, there was no phrase concerning the report back to be submitted by Jaintia Hills regional committee headed by MLA Sniawbhalang Dhar.
The regional committees have been constituted in September and have been shaped to look at the current standing of the six areas of variations – Tarabari, Gizang and Hahim in West Khasi Hills district, Boklapara and Khanapara-Pilingkata in Ri Bhoi district, and Ratacherra in East Jaintia Hills district.
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