Nihin August 4 Assembly Session ngeihnak cu zarh hmasa July 26 Assam Police le Mizoram Police hna ikahnak kong ah chim arak si an buaituk ruang ah, Speaker nih House meeting minutes 40 dinter rih khi asi, Assam Assembly ah Opposition lei Congress, AIUDF, BPF, CPI(M) & Independent MLAs, hna nih an thutnak arak dir dih hna, ramri buainak kong ah Neutral – Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) or the National Investigation Agency (NIA) hna nih investgation nih tuah ko seh tiah anrak au, “give protection to border residents” tiah an ti.
Ruling BJP legislators hna zong anrak dir ve, cabuai hna an cum ve cun Opposition pawl he an isawh hna ko khah,nen a dang, cabuai hna cumh le bengh in an au hnawh hna, Speaker zong nih tih ngainak athei ti lo caah, Speaker Biswajit Daimary nih daihter atim ve ko tawn nain um zia angei lo, meeting cu minutes 40 chung dinter asi lai tiin arak phuan tawp ko.
Congress MLA Kamalakhya Dey Purkayastha nih issues rakchuah pi in ramri buainak hi 2020 in hramthawh asi cang tiah chim in, “Mah ramri buai issues hi remdaihnak tuahter ding ah hin, Central acoyah zong ah kanrak phanter cang, zei ruang ah dah Assam Police 6 hna nih an thih pi? mah kong hi aho mawhphurnak dah asi? tiin an au hnawh ngai ngai ko khi asi an buai bak ko.
Parliamentary Affairs Minister Pijush Hazarika nih bia halnak leh in, “Mizoram le Assam hi state hawikawm tha kan si bantuk in, Ramri buainak hi ibiakchawnh nak in remdaihnak a um khawhnak hnga hmalak lio asi, Asi nain ka chim duh mi cu Congress acoyah san lio ah, interstate buainak 1974 in minung 34 an thi cang tiin aleh hnu ah cun, opposition members hna cu an thutnak in anrak dir dih hna khi asi, an bia chim mi cu an al piak hna an ithuat deng mang khi asi ko, tu zar chung ah zei thil dah achuak te lai buainak long te asi.
The Assam assembly witnessed pandemonium on Wednesday as ruling and opposition members engaged in heated exchanges over the boundary clash with Mizoram, forcing the Speaker to adjourn the House for 40 minutes.
The entire opposition, comprising Congress, AIUDF, BPF, CPI(M) and Independent MLAs, rushed to the Well of the House demanding a neutral probe either by the Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) or the National Investigation Agency (NIA) and showed placards with slogans such as “give protection to border residents”.
In a rare instance, ruling BJP legislators also rushed to the Well of the House to counter the opposition”s allegations, Members of the two sides, separated by the desk of the assembly secretary, pointed fingers at each other and banged the desk several times, Speaker Biswajit Daimary tried to pacify both sides in vain and finally adjourned the House for 40 minutes.
Earlier, Congress MLA Kamalakhya Dey Purkayastha raised the issue as a Point of Order and informed the House that problems started with Mizoram from October 2020, “We had given a letter to the Union government informing it about the issue. Even after that, why did personnel of Assam Police die? Whose fault was this?” he said.
Replying to the question, Parliamentary Affairs Minister Pijush Hazarika said that Assam and Mizoram are not two different nations, but two neighbouring Indian states, “We have to solve our problems through dialogue and the process has already started. But I would like to inform the House that 34 people died in their (Congress) tenure (in inter-state clashes) since 1974,” he said.
After Hazarika”s claim, all the opposition members rose from their seats and started shouting over the issue, At least six Assam Police personnel and one civilian were killed and over 50 people, including the Cachar SP, were injured as the festering border dispute between the two states turned into a bloody conflict on July 26. PTI TR ACD ACD