Guwahati: Chief Minister Himanta Biswa Sarma said that if the people of Barak Valley want a separate land then the government would be ready to discuss it.
Speaking to the media, the Chief Minister said the decision of a separate Barak is to be taken by its people and the government cannot oppose it.
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He also claimed that as a Chief Minister, he wanted Barak to remain with Assam.
However, if the demand was collective and everyone in Barak agreed, the government would hear the proposal.
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“Consent has to be taken from everyone living in Barak”, he said.
He added, “It is not our job to say if Barak will remain with Assam or be a separate land.”
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