Fighting in the states of India, the government’s decision to deploy a “neutral force”

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According to media reports, the Modi government has decided to deploy a neutral force in the border dispute between Mizoram and Assam. A joint statement issued by the governments of the two states on Thursday said the Indian government has deployed a neutral force in the disputed area.

According to the statement, the two states will not send the Forest Department and police force to patrol the disputed areas, nor will they deploy fresh troops.

The incident comes as the state of Mizoram mourned the death of six policemen for the first time since tensions erupted on Thursday, with six police officers killed and dozens injured in clashes on the Mizoram-Assam border on July 26. Were injured.Earlier last week, the chief ministers of the two states said in their tweets that they would find a way to solve the problem.

Assam’s chief minister, Himanta Biswa Sarma, belongs to the BJP, while Mizoram’s chief minister, Zormathanga, is the head of the Mizo National Front political party and is an ally of the BJP.

It should be noted that India, which is embroiled in border disputes with Pakistan and China, has clashed with its two states, causing embarrassment to the central government of Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi.

It should be remembered that the state of Mizoram was part of Assam until 1907 and was granted the status of a separate state in 1987. The two states have been embroiled in border disputes for decades, but such clashes have been rare.

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