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RNSU KA demands basice infrastructure

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By Our Correspondent Updated: Jul 10, 2017 10:22 pm
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Diphu, July 10 (EMN): Rengma Naga Students’ Union (RNSU) Karbi Anglong, Assam held its executive council meeting on July 8 at A.G School Silonijan, Karbi Anglong. Regarding, the funds and sports materials, the Union had decided to approach KAAC authority and free will donation, according to the report. The Council had decided to hold its 56th general conference at Tekrong Kong with RNSU motto “March towards unity, peace & prosperity.” Cling to their motto, the organisation said whatever may be the situation; the Union had decided to work for unity, peace and development among the Rengma community.
Further, the student organisation has congratulated to the newly elected CEM of KAAC, Tuliram Ronghang and Chairman KAAC, Horensing Bey and others elected MACs of KAAC, Diphu.
RNSU has appealed the KAAC authority and the government of Assam the followings points. All weather roads from Bogamati to Rechangari village, from Nilip block office till Nakoi Tisso village, upgradation and proper maintenance of educational institution in the area, electricity, mobile tower, PHC with atleast 20 bedded hospital at Phentsero (Phangcherop) village and at Sarihuti village, job opportunity for the Rengmas community under KAAC sector, political representative from the Rengma tribes in the 30 member of KAAC.
In a press communiqué, General Secretary, RNSU Thangshi J Rengma stated that the Union wants to inform the concerned authority, that many students couldn’t cast their valuable vote during the recent Karbi Anglong Autonomous Council (KAAC) election due to bad road condition and floods. RNSU office bearers for the session of 2015 – 2018 are Phenpiga H Rengma as President, Thangshi J Rengma as General Secretary, Jimmy Rengma as Finance Secretary and Rega S Rengma as RNSU Advisors along with fourteen other office bearers.
The meeting was presided by its President Phenpiga H. Rengma and introduction and objective of the meeting by General Secretary Thangshi J. Rengma.

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By Our Correspondent Updated: Jul 10, 2017 10:22:30 pm