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Shah urge NE CMs to solve border issues amicably

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Shillong, Jan 23: Attending the 69th Plenary Session of the North Eastern Council (NEC), Union Home Minister Amit Shah has asked the Chief Ministers of North Eastern states to resolve the boundary dispute amicably through bilateral talks between the concerned state governments.

 “Inaugurated the 69th Plenary Meeting of the North Eastern Council (NEC) in Shillong, Meghalaya. From increasing livelihoods to bringing several development projects, NEC has played a crucial role in fuelling the economic growth of the region,” Shah wrote in his social media page as the meeting discussed all important issues related to the development of the entire region including progress made so far in various development projects that are being implemented in different North Eastern states.

Stating that North East has become a Tourism hub as the Government is doing its best to promote the region, Shah wrote, “Be it natural beauty or rich cultural heritage, North East has immense potential to become a big tourism hub of our country. Modi government is leaving no stone unturned in promoting North East on the world map and bringing progress and prosperity in the region.”

 “When Modi ji became the Prime Minister, he said in the very beginning that the development of India lies in the development of North-East. The region which was neglected for decades has witnessed unprecedented peace and development under PM Narendra Modi ji’s leadership,” he mentioned in one of his messages while mentioning about peace and development in the region.


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