Arunachal Pradesh government has ordered the deputy commissioners of 12 districts that share borders with Assam to submit ground assessment report on the inter-state boundary within two months.
State home minister Bamang Felix on Thursday reportedly directed the DCs during a meeting of the High Power Ministerial Committee (HPMC) to study the interstate border status.
The HPMDC was set up on July 15 to study the interstate border status.
The DCs were asked to submit the assessment reports based on the recommendations of the Local Commission appointed by the Supreme Court, reports said.
The districts were asked to submit reports by October 26.
These districts are West Kameng, Pakke Kessang, Papum Pare, Kamle, Lower Siang, Lower Dibang Valley, East Siang, Lohit, Namsai, Changlang, Longding and Tirap.