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ENSF to take ‘any action’

By EMN Updated: Oct 18, 2013 12:45 am


THE Eastern Naga Students Federation (ENSF) has unanimously decided to “take any action” against the State government till its demands are fulfilled. It expressed dismay over the “lackadaisical attitude of the State Government” to the ultimatum served to it on October 10 for fulfillment of its demands.The decision to this effect was taken by the Federation at its 11th Federal Assembly in Mon on Thursday, according to a press communiqué issued jointly by ENSF president Shahsha L. Menhahu, general secretary Honang M. Jessuhu and Speaker Federal Assembly NC Mongko Chang.

The ENSF Federal Assembly took serious note of the subsequent failure of the State Government in not fulfilling its assurance given by Chief Minister Neiphu Rio, on Feb 3, 2012, Vide letter No. EDS/APPT/GT-PT/2010 dated Feb 7, 2012 with regard to Niathu Resort Agreement and the repeated appeals and reminder letters served to the Department of School Education on TET/SCERT vide letter No. ENSF/CS-SE/SCERT/TET-02 dated Kohima October 4, 2013, MDM and Department of Home against the Policy of conversion of NAP’s to DEF’s vide letter No. ENSF/POL/ESTT-3/2008 dated Tuensang August 27, 2013.

Having received no response from the State government on the ultimatum served and on the expiry of the stipulated time, the Federal Assembly, representing the six federating units Konyak Students’ Union, Phom Students’ Conference, United Sangtam Students’ Conference, Khiamniungang Students’ Union, Yimchunger Akhiru Arhako and Confederation of Chang Students’ Union, has unanimously decided to take “any degree of action” against the State Government till its demands are fulfilled, the communiqué said.

Meanwhile, the Federation has directed all its federating units and its subordinate units to be physically and mentally prepared for any eventualities in achieving their rights as a human being and citizen of the country.

By EMN Updated: Oct 18, 2013 12:45:39 am