• Out of 12 areas, an agreement settled on 6 areas with Assam: Meghalaya CM Conrad Sangma 

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    Out of 12 areas, an agreement settled on 6 areas with Assam: Meghalaya CM Conrad Sangma 

    Additionally, the Survey of India will survey both states' participation, and after that, the natural distinction will occur, according to Sangma.

    Digital Desk: Meghalaya CM Conrad Sangma stated, "Out of 12 areas of divergence, we have agreed with Assam on 6 areas." In addition, the Survey of India would survey with both states' participation, after which the accurate delineation will take place, Sangma said. https://twitter.com/ANI/status/1508762732023087107 Union Home Minister Amit Shah called it a "historic day" for the Northeast when Assam and Meghalaya inked a deal on Tuesday to resolve their five-decade-old border dispute in six of the 12 places. In the presence of Shah and the Chief Ministers of Assam and Meghalaya, Himanta Biswa Sarma and Conrad Sangma, respectively, the agreement was signed. The agreement will end the long-running disagreement in six of the 12 points along the 884.9-kilometre boundary between the two countries. At a Ministry of Home Affairs ceremony here, Shah stated, "This is a momentous day for the Northeast." According to the home minister, the signing of the agreement has settled 70% of the border dispute between the two countries. There are 36 communities in the six locations, totalling 36.79 square kilometres, for which an agreement has been reached. Also Read: A young man died after watching ‘The Kashmir Files’