GUWAHATI: The Assam government has withdrawn the travel advisory dated July 29 which asked people of Assam not to travel to Mizoram amid the ongoing inter-state border dispute that has claimed the lives of six Assam Police personnel and one civilian, injuring 50 others.
The development came after representatives from both the governments of Assam and Mizoram agreed to find amicable solutions to their border disputes through the discussion held yesterday in Mizoram's capital, Aizawl.
Representatives of both governments have agreed to take all necessary measures to promote, preserve and maintain peace and harmony amongst the people living in both states particularly in the border areas.
Mizoram government also conveyed condolences for those who lost their lives on July 26, 2021, during the border clash and wished for the speedy recovery of those injured.
Assam Home Department issued the travel advisory on July 29 in view of the critical prevailing situation after the July 26 border clash between Assam and Mizoram.
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