PRISM, MPC demand inner line reserve forest in Mizoram map
By Northeast Now 31-Aug-2019
The two opposition parties in a joint statement said, “The inner line reserved forest area which was notified in 1875 under the Bengal Eastern Frontier Regulation, Act 1873, belonged to Mizoram and was officially declared by the State Cabinet meeting as the actual boundary of the State.”
The statement also reiterated the State Government to review the academic syllabus and include the new political map in school books.
Mizoram’s apex student body, Mizo Zirlai Pawl (MZP) has already begun preparing the new political map after the state government assigned the task to their association, informed, a government official on condition of anonymity.
Recently, the Joint Action Committee (JAC) on Inner Line Reserve Forest accompanied by MZP leaders, met with chief minister, Zoramthanga, and appealed him to draw a new political map.
The chief minister assured them of accepting the proposal to prepare the new political map by MZP, informed, the government official.
PRISM and MPC has recently signed an agreement to resolve the state’s border dispute with Assam.
For the moment, Mizoram and Assam government have agreed to maintain status quo for the disputed land aling the inter-state border, not just in Vairengte, on the Cachar district side, but, Bhairavi, too, bordering, Hailakandi district of Assam, said, an official of the Mizoram government.
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