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Spare vehicles of educational institutions from election duty, requests Nagaland college students

By EMN Updated: Apr 08, 2024 8:52 pm

DIMAPUR — The All Nagaland College Students’ Union (ANCSU) on Monday, requested the Chief Secretary of Nagaland, all the district administration and the Police department to exempt private and institution-owned vehicles that are currently serving educational institutions in the state from requisition for election duty.

Seeking the release of such vehicles that have already been requisitioned, the student body highlighted the potential disruption to transportation of students, particularly during internal examinations and upcoming external examinations.

The ANCSU stated that availability of transportation services in educational institutions is paramount to ensuring the unimpeded academic progress of students.

“Any diversion of vehicles for election duty could severely hamper this essential function and negatively impact the educational pursuits of countless students across the state,” it said, urging the chief secretary to intervene and take necessary actions to address the matter.

“By granting exemption to educational institutions’ vehicles from election duty, you would alleviate the potential transportation challenges faced by students during this crucial period,” it added.

By EMN Updated: Apr 08, 2024 8:52:25 pm
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