NSF to relocate office to Naga Solidarity Park
DIMAPUR — The Naga Students’ Federation has informed that it would be relocating its office to Naga Solidarity Park, Kohima from December 20, emphasising that that the Angami Public Organisation (APO) will continue to be the custodian of the Naga Club building until an honourable resolution on the issue is achieved.
In a press release on Wednesday, the NSF acknowledged receiving a letter from the office of the APO and the Kohima Village Council on December 9 upholding the previous decision that the present NSF office should be vacated by December 31.
Acknowledging the mediating role played by APO and KVC in the context of the ownership and occupancy of the Naga Club building, the NSF, in accordance with a resolution from its emergency federal assembly on December 14, announced its plan to relocate their office.
It also put on record that the “office of the Angami Public Organisation will remain the custodian of the Naga Club building until an honourable closure to the imbroglio, inclusive of all Nagas, is brought about.”
“In the spirit of unity and with a steadfast commitment to the collective well-being of the Naga people, the NSF looks forward to a harmonious resolution that preserves the historical significance of the Naga Club building and fosters a shared sense of heritage and identity across the Naga homeland,” the student body stated.