By Francis Khongwar
Shillong(Meghalaya), Dec 8 : The two boundary Regional Committee of Meghalaya constituted by Meghalaya Government recently to take up the boundary issues between Meghalaya and Assam submitted their reports to the Meghalaya Chief Minister, Conrad K. Sangma on Wednesday .
The Regional Committee which looks after the border issues of Ri Bhoi District headed by Meghalaya Deputy CM Prestone Tynsong and the Regional Committee of West Khasi Hills headed by Meghalaya Minister Renikton L. Tongkhar today submitted their reports to Meghalaya Chief Minister Conrad K. Sangma at his Office Chamber in the Main Secretariat today .
The boundary Regional Committees were set up by the Government of Meghalaya and Assam during the meeting of the two Chief Ministers of the two neighbouring states of Assam and Meghalaya.
Speaking to the media, Meghalaya Chief Minister Conrad K. Sangma said that he is not in a position to divulge the status of the reports, as he has just received them today. He added that the reports of the two committees will be examined by him and at a later stage discussed with the Chief Minister of Assam.
The boundary Regional Committees were set up for Assam and Meghalaya to find out all the contentious issues relating the boundary problems of the two states and to arrive at an amicable solution. To begin with, the Regional Committees of Assam and Meghalaya recently visited the border areas Ri Bhoi District and also the Regional Committees of the two states inspected the border area of West Khasi Hills.
Chairpersons of the two Regional Committees told media that at this stage, they are not in a position to divulge the contents of report to the media, as they will be examined first by the Chief Minister Conrad K. Sangma, who will at a latter state discuss the same with his Assam counterpart.
The Regional Committee, Ri Bhoi District headed by Hon’ble Deputy CM, Sh. Prestone Tynsong submitted their report today as part of the joint exercise with our Assam counterpart to resolve the Meghalaya-Assam border dispute.@AmitShah @himantabiswa pic.twitter.com/9lMy5dHydW
— Conrad Sangma (@SangmaConrad) December 8, 2021