Conflict in Assam-Mizoram border, houses and stalls burnt in Lailapur in Assam

Conflict in Assam-Mizoram border, houses and stalls burnt in Lailapur in Assam

A clash between Assam and Mizoram happened in the border. A tension arised where mizo miscreants entered in the area of Lailapur in Cachar district yesterday and burnt down a few houses and stalls. The claims were that they were built on Mizoram’s side while the locals argued that the area is Cachar’s part.

A statement was issues by the Mizoram Government blaming Cachar and Karimganj district administration for the creation of ruckus in the interstate border. The Mizoram Government, in a press interview, stated that disruption in the supply of essential commodities has been caused by Cachar and Karimganj administration due to roadblocks.

However, the counter parts in Assam pleaded peace. The Chief Minister of Assam, Kumar Sanjay Krishna said, “We are trying to solve the problem mutually. Peace should be maintained and constitutional boundary should be maintained should be respected by both sides. Through dialogue, we’re in touch with all.”

Sarbananda Sonowal has already spoken to the CM of Mizoram Zoramthanga, as informed by Chief Secretary, Kumar Sanjay Krishna.

“A total of 7 Mizo civilians were injured among whom, one of them is being treated at Kolasib District Hospital and his condition seems stable for now” , as claimed in a media statement by Mizoram’s information and Public Relation Department.

The driver that was attacked by Mizo miscreants was transferred to Guwahati from SMCH for better treatment.