DOT Desk:  In continuation of an escalation following Monday’s border gunfight between their two police forces, the Indian state of Mizoram has had filed a case over the incident, naming Assamese Chief Minister Himanta Biswa Sarma and other top officials, reports Dhakatribune.
 The decades-long tension between the two neighbouring Indian states took a serious turn on Monday, killing six Assam policemen. At least 45 others were injured during the brawl.
 A first information report (FIR) was filed under several sections of the Indian Penal Code, including “attempt to murder”, at the Vairengte Police Station in Kolasib district of Mizoram, which borders Assam’s Cachar, reports NDTV.
 Mizoram authorities revealed the matter on Friday.The FIR read Assam police personnel, acting under instructions from Sarma himself, refused to have an “amicable dialogue” with the Mizoram police on the day of the incident.