Deomali, May 21: Speaking in Tirap district of Arunachal Pradesh on Saturday, Union Minister of Home Affairs Amit Shah said that the inter-state boundary dispute between Assam and Arunachal Pradesh will be resolved by next year.
“60 percent of border-related issues have been resolved between Arunachal Pradesh and Assam. The aim is to develop all eight states [in the north-east],” he said, addressing the golden jubilee celebration of Ramkrishna Mission Ashram in Arunachal Pradesh’s Tirap.
He added, “During 2014-2022, PM Modi has ended differences between north-east and Delhi. No one cares about the languages of the northeast but PM Modi has given importance to them.”
Amit Shah is on a two-day visit to Arunachal Pradesh this weekend. During his visit, he was to lay the foundation of a 51-feet-statue of sage Parshuram at Wakro in Lohit district, besides launching around 40 projects.
On Saturday, Shah attended the Golden Jubilee celebrations of Ramakrishna Mission Ashram at Narottam Nagar, Deomali in Tirap district after which he was to go to Namsai.
On Sunday, he will meet social organisations and also offer puja at the Golden Pagoda near Tengapani in Namsai district. Later, he will address a public meeting at Namsai general ground and launch important projects, officials said.