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Naga Club seeks response from Naga Students’ Federation on its eviction notice

By EMN Updated: Aug 31, 2022 8:06 pm

Dimapur, Aug. 31 (EMN): Following the expiry of its deadline given to the Naga Students’ Federation (NSF) to vacate the Naga Club Building “in toto” by August 27, the Naga Club has requested the student body to respond on “the action taken”. 

The two organisations have been entangled in a dispute over the property in Kohima with the Naga Club asking the NSF to vacate the premises while that latter claimed that the former was “formed suddenly to hijack” its decision to celebrate ‘100 Years of Naga Club’ and that it has been renovating the building since it took over in 1983.

In a fresh letter addressed to the president of NSF, the Naga Club wrote that the Naga Club Building needs to be replaced with a “presentable contemporary” structure and “to rebuild a monumental asset to assert the rightful and distinguished image of the Naga Club and to represent the illustrious legacy of our pioneer leaders and forefathers who had established the organization to represent the Naga people as a whole with much wisdom and foresight”.

Reminding once again that the NSF is a tenant of the building, the club wrote that the “property has undergone dilapidation without proper amenities, projecting our Naga people particularly the Naga Club and all that it represents, in a very poor light, as though it were in a deep slumber”.

“It is, therefore, imperative and inevitable to demolish the existing building in its entirety and build a totally new building, well-equipped with facilities providing all the modern amenities for the welfare of all the Naga communities,” read the letter.

By EMN Updated: Aug 31, 2022 8:06:50 pm
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