According to Assam CM, the shooting event has nothing to connection with the inter-state boundary conflict.

Assam Chief Minister Himanta Biswa Sarma says the firing incident had nothing to do with borders . Sarma: The incident occurred as a result of a timber dispute .

New Delhi, November 24, : According to Assam Chief Minister Himanta Biswa Sarma, the firing incident that occurred after a clash between Meghalaya villagers and a contingent of police and forest guards from Assam has nothing to do with the border conflict between the two states.It was basically a dispute between villagers and police over certain forest timbers, Sarma told reporters.The incident occurred as a result of a timber dispute, and we have ordered a judicial probe and referred the matter to the CBI or NIA.Sarma continued, adding that the incident had nothing to do with borders and that compensation has been announced, and the individual responsible has been suspended.Meanwhile, the Assam government has given each of the six deceased persons' next of kin Rs 5 lakh.On Tuesday, six people, including one Assam forest official, were killed in a shooting in Mukroh, near the border between the two states.

The telecom and social media services in Meghalaya's districts are being suspended, including West Jaintia Hills, East Jaintia Hills, East Khasi Hills, Ri-Bhoi, Eastern West Khasi Hills, West Khasi Hills, and South West Khasi Hills districts.We recommend that a central authority investigate.The incident should be investigated and investigated by the National Investigation Agency (NIA) or Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI).Sangma said the Assam government has also decided to cooperate and they will also request the Government of India for the same.

Our primary goal is the border issue.I've discussed it with Assam CM.Assam govt has also agreed to it, he said, so it's good to see central authorities investigate the situation.The Chief Minister also gave Rs 5 lakh to each of his next of kin.We are here to ensure that the necessary steps are taken, and that the difficulties you face do not arise in the future.

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