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HAILAKANDI/AIZAWL: In a rerun of final 12 months’s incidents of violence on Assam-Mizoram border, a number of shacks had been torched and quite a few individuals had been injured in clashes allegedly between residents of the 2 states in a disputed space, officers stated on Wednesday.
The incidents of violence and arson occurred at Kachurthol below Ramnathpur police station space of Assam on Tuesday, prompting the authorities to clamp prohibitory orders below Section 144 CrPC in Hailakandi district, bordering Kolasib district of Mizoram, an Assam official stated.
The disputed Kachurthol is close to Bairabi in Kolasib district.
Officials of each Hailakandi and Kolasib stated the safety has been beefed up the world the place the scenario is now below management.
An opposition MLA of Assam urged Chief Minister Sarbananda Sonowal to guard individuals from “armed aggression of the neighbouring state”.
The legislature get together of the Mizo National Front (MNF), the ruling get together of Mizoram, alleged that the disturbances had been created by miscreants from Assam.
Hailakandi Deputy Commissioner Megh Nidhi Dahal, Superintendent of Police Pabindra Kumar Nath and DIG (Southern Range) Dilip Kumar Dey visited the location.
Kolasib Deputy Commissioner H Lalthlangliana stated, “I am in constant contact with my Hailakandi counterpart. No further incident was reported on Wednesday.”
The violence broke out when two workers of Mizoram’s energy division and a member of Bairabi village council went to examine an influence line and had been assaulted allegedly by residents of Assam on Tuesday afternoon, Lalthlangliana stated.
They additionally stormed the compound of a spiritual establishment at Gharmura at evening wherein not less than 5 individuals had been injured, he stated including that they’ve been admitted to a hospital in Aizawl.
“The Mizo National Front’s Legislature Party Meeting held today condemns the cowardly attack on innocent Mizos by miscreants at Gharmura, Hailakandi District, Assam. I denounce this vile act of violence against children, women and men,” Mizoram Chief Minister Zoramthanga tweeted.
Suzamuddin Laskar, the native MLA of Assam, has written to Sonowal and Director General of Police Bhaskar Jyoti Mahanta urging them to take fast steps to instil safety among the many individuals residing alongside the border areas from “armed aggression of the neighbouring state”.
The Katlicherra MLA belonging to the AIUDF claimed that round 30 individuals had been significantly injured within the assault and about 50 homes had been burnt by miscreants from the neighbouring state on Tuesday evening.
Earlier on February three, a faculty constructing was broken in a strong bomb explosion at Muliala in Hailakandi district close to the Mizoram border.
Incidents of violence on the Assam-Mizoram border occurred final 12 months too.
Tension prevailed alongside the border areas for days in October and November 2020, after a number of individuals had been injured in a conflict between the residents of Cachar district of Assam and Mizoram’s Kolasib district.
Various makeshift huts within the border space had been additionally torched at the moment. Central armed forces had been deployed on both facet of the border and conferences chaired by Union Home Secretary Ajay Kumar Bhalla had been held.
A farm hut was set on hearth and a plantation was broken close to Thinghlun village in west Mizoram’s Mamit district on August 9.
Only eight days later, there was a conflict alongside Mizoram’s boundary with Cachar district wherein a gaggle of individuals torched makeshift bamboo huts and stalls erected alongside NH-306.
Three districts of Mizoram – Aizawl, Kolasib and Mamit – share a 164.6-km-long inter-state border with Assam’s Cachar, Hailakandi and Karimganj districts. Several dialogues held since 1995 to resolve the boundary downside have yielded little outcomes.

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