- Mizoram Police has registered an FIR against the Chief Minister of Assam and six senior officers of the state.
- A case has been registered against them under other sections including attempt to murder and criminal conspiracy.
- This FIR was registered in Kolasib district on Friday, everyone has been called to the police station on August 1.
The Mizoram Police has registered an FIR against the Chief Minister of Assam and six senior officers of the state. A case has been registered against them under other sections including attempt to murder and criminal conspiracy. This FIR was registered in Kolasib district on Friday. Due to this, the already ongoing border dispute between the two states has deepened. So far seven people have lost their lives in this.
Inspector H Lalchavimawia, Warengte Police Station, Kolasib, Assam CM Himanta Biswa Sharma, Assam IG Anurag Agarwal, DIG Divojyoti Mukherjee, Cachar DC Kirti Jalli, former Cachar SP Vaibhav Chandrakant Nimbalkar, Forest Station Officer Sanlai Dev Choudhary A case has been registered against Sahabuddin and 200 unidentified policemen of Assam Police. Everyone including the CM has been asked to be present at the police station on August 1.
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Assam had also sent summons
Earlier, Assam Police has also sent summons to six officers of Mizoram. All of them have been asked to be present at Dholai police station on 2nd August. On July 26, the Mizoram Police opened fire on a team of Assam officials, in which five Assam policemen and a civilian lost their lives. More than 50 people including the SP were injured. After this clash, central forces have been deployed on the border of both the states.
Condemned the decision of Assam
On Friday itself, the Mizoram government condemned the decision of the Assam government in which the citizens of Assam were asked not to go to Mizoram. Mizoram CM Zoramthanga tweeted, ‘Public notice, North East India will always be one. I still hope that the Assam-Mizoram border dispute will be resolved amicably by the central government.
Assam CM Himanta Biswa Sharma (file photo)