Assam Police permits lorries carrying supplies to enter Meghalaya despite a border conflict.

Assam Police allowed goods-laden trucks to enter Meghalaya for the first time after a shooting incident along the Assam-Meghalaya border . The incident occurred on Tuesday evening, when tensions between the two countries increased .

Jorabat (Meghalaya) (India), November 25 : Assam Police allowed the goods-laden trucks to enter Meghalaya for the first time after a shooting incident along the Assam-Meghalaya border on Thursday evening, when tensions between the two countries increased.Since a terrorist attack on a roadside corner, miscreants torched a traffic booth and struck a city bus.Three police vehicles, including a city bus and a gypsy, were injured in the shooting incident in Mukroh, Meghalaya, according to S. Nongtnger, SP of East Khasi Hills, Shillong.According to the SP, the miscreants also tore up a traffic booth in the capital and hurled petrol bombs at police personnel.Earlier on Wednesday, both Assam and Meghalaya governments demanded that a central agency investigate the incident.

The NIA or CBI should investigate the case.According to Sangma, the Assam government has also agreed to cooperate with the probe into the firing incident in the Mukroh area, along the Assam-Meghalaya border, on Tuesday.The Assam government has also requested that a CBI probe be conducted into the incident, which occurred in the area between the West Karbi Anglong district of Assam and Mukroh village, in the Meghalaya's West Jaintia Hills A forest guard from Assam was among those killed, as a result of the attack.

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