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In quest of border bonhomie

A border peace panel is touring the tense areas along the Assam-Nagaland border to restore confidence among the people. Comprising leading citizens from both the north eastern states, the team so far has been interacting with the villagers and community leaders for the last few days.

The committee members toured the Borholla-Madhpur  area bordering Changpang in Wokha district on Friday to spread the message of age old brotherhood among the people living along the inter state border.

On Friday they organized a friendly volleyball match among the border people in a bid to boost bonhomie along the border. The players were brought from Titabor and Changpang in Wokha district.

The peace panel further set up  5 members committee of conveners from the area. It consists of Hekovi Aye (Amboto village) and Chenrio Lotha (Tssori new village) from Nagaland; Paban Gogoi (Medeluajan), Prakash Saikia (Madhapur) and Dipankar Sangmai (Phulbari) from Assam.

The visiting committee was led by the organization’s president BP Bora and vice president Imsu Jamir. The team comprised executive members Amal Mili, Hiren Gogoi, Jayanta Barua, Thanu Gogoi, Subong Ao, N. Likok Pongen, Sonaram Sonowal and Manoj Choudhury.

 

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