The government appealed to the people of Mizoram to avoid bursting crackers as pollution caused by such activities could exacerbate conditions of COVID-19 patients and people suffering from other respiratory diseases.
Mizoram Agriculture Minister C Lalrinsanga said that traders monopolise the prices of vegetables according to their wishes.
The border dispute between Mizoram and Assam flared up on October 9 after a farm hut and plantations were damaged on the disputed land near Thinghlun village in west Mizoram’s Mamit district.
Forty vehicles, including 28 heavy trucks carrying essential commodities, have entered Mizoram from Assam till Tuesday evening.
The BSF to be stationed on Assam-Mizoram disputed border area.