Phom students join indefinite agitation
Dimapur, Dec. 1 (EMN): Responding to the call of Eastern Naga Students’ Federation (ENSF), Phom Students’ Conference (PSC) commenced the 1st phase indefinite democratic agitation starting on November 30 from 6 am in the entire Longleng district.
The agitation was enforced to show resentment against the state government’s failure to fulfil what it termed as ‘genuine and legitimate demand of the Eastern Naga Students’ Federation (ENSF)’.
An update from PSC president A Mane Phom and assistant general secretary Amos Phom stated that its officials along with Longleng Town Students’ Union (LTSU) and Tamlu Town Students’ Union (TTSU) and volunteers checked the movement of government registered vehicles (NL-10 and NL-11) at Longleng headquarters and Tamlu sub-division on November 30.
It, however, stated that district administration, police, medical, fire and emergency services, district court, postal services, home guards, SDRF, para-military, civil defence, BRO and central agencies were exempted from the purview of the agitation as instructed by the federation.
While the 1st day of agitation was peacefully, the conference stated that it had seized four government registered vehicles. It stated that the seized vehicles would be returned only on the directives of the federation. PSC also stated that all Covid-19 SOPs were followed as issued by the competent authority.
It further affirmed to continue with the indefinite democratic agitation until their demands are fulfilled and justice delivered to the Eastern people.