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Situation Not Very Good: Assam Advises People Not To Travel To Meghalaya

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Guwahati: Assam on Friday continued to ‘advise’ folks from the state to not journey to Meghalaya because the “scenario isn’t excellent” following a conflict in a disputed border space between the 2 neighbouring states wherein six individuals have been killed 4 days in the past.

Transportation of gas from Assam to the hill state has additionally been stopped by the apex petroleum staff’ physique since Thursday following experiences of assaults on automobiles from the state in Meghalaya, although different automobiles ferrying items continued to cross the border.

The scenario on the conflict website in West Karbi Anglong district continued to stay tense however below management with safety forces guaranteeing no additional flare-ups, official sources mentioned.

Restrictions below CrPC part 144 additionally remained in drive within the space, they added.

“Yesterday in Shillong, public burnt police automobiles. The scenario isn’t excellent. That’s why we’re advising folks to not journey, particularly folks from Assam,” Deputy Commissioner (East) of Guwahati Police Sudhakar Singh informed PTI.

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He mentioned non-Assamese folks have been travelling to Meghalaya, however they’re being requested to go in automobiles that shouldn’t have Assam registration quantity plates.

“The advisory (on avoiding journey to Meghalaya for folks from Assam) stays,” the officer added.

Cachar Superintendent of Police Nomal Mahatta additionally mentioned comparable restriction on folks and automobiles from Assam coming into Meghalaya by way of his district is also in drive.

“Individuals are being held up because of it. However the route passing by way of Dima Hasao district is being utilized by commuters,” he mentioned.

“For folks from Meghalaya who wanted to return, we organized for automobiles from throughout the border,” Mahatta added.

Transportation of all varieties of gas to Meghalaya has been stopped by the Assam Petroleum Mazdoor Union (APMU) on Thursday after incidents of assaults on automobiles have been obtained.

The apex petroleum staff physique in Assam, from the place all gas go to Meghalaya, shot off separate letters to all PSU vitality corporations, together with IOC, HPCL and BPCL, and knowledgeable the union’s resolution to not load merchandise within the tankers.

Stating the assaults on automobiles with Assam quantity plates, the APMU letter mentioned: “Our members are afraid to go…for supplying petroleum merchandise.” The union additionally warned that will probably be the only accountability of the Meghalaya authorities if any untoward incident takes place.

Motion of different industrial automobiles ferrying items has been persevering with to the neighbouring state.

In the meantime, the final rites of the slain forest guard, the one individual from Assam killed within the violence, can be performed at his native village in West Karbi Anglong district on Friday.

The physique of the Forest Safety Pressure personnel, recognized as Bidyasing Lekhte, was handed over to Assam officers on Wednesday evening by Meghalaya authorities in West Karbi Anglong district.

The native authorities performed one other publish mortem and handed the physique to the household on Thursday.

Six folks, together with a forest guard, have been killed in violence at a disputed space alongside the Assam-Meghalaya border within the early hours of Tuesday, after a truck allegedly laden with illegally felled timber was intercepted by forest personnel of Assam.

Following the incident, a forest and the beat workplace that was burnt down by villagers of bordering Mukroh in West Jaintia Hills district of Meghalaya. 


(This report has been printed as a part of the auto-generated syndicate wire feed. Aside from the headline, no modifying has been performed within the copy by ABP Stay.)


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