Three regional panels will address the boundary issue in Meghalaya.

Meghalaya created three regional commissions to investigate six areas of conflict along the inter-state boundary with neighbouring Assam . Six of the total 12 zones of conflict along the Meghalaya-Assam border have already been settled .

SHILLONG: Meghalaya created three regional commissions on Monday to investigate the present state of the remaining six areas of conflict along the inter-state boundary with neighbouring Assam.The six areas of disagreement for which the regional committees have been formed are Langpih in West Khasi Hills district, Borduar, Nongwah-Mawtamur, Deshdoomreah, Block-ll in Ri-Bhoi district, and Block-l, Psiar-Khanduli in West Jaintia Hills district, according to a notification issued by the state home department.Six of the total 12 zones of conflict along the Meghalaya-Assam border have already been settled, with the CMs of both nations signing an MoU for resolution.The regional committees' duties are to cooperate with the relevant regional committees established by the government of Assam, cross-reference and verify the names of the villages (sub-villages) claimed by Meghalaya with the names of villages as per Assam's records, assess the geographical location of the villages and their contiguity, assess the population density of villages as per census records, and so on, according to a source, adding that the committee will accept any member as required.

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