WYH supports YTC, Kuthur citizens in Tuensang
DIMAPUR, NOVEMBER 16
The Western Yimchungrü Hoho (WYH) and its frontal organisations comprising Western Yimchungrü Women Organisation (WYWO), Western Yimchungrü Student’s Union (WYSU) and all its federating units at a consultative meeting on Sunday unanimously endorsed Yimchungrü Tribal Council’s (YTC) decision to ‘abstain’ from Eastern Nagaland People’s Organisation (ENPO).
Taking ‘cognitive’ approach of the ‘quit notice’ issued by Tuensang Village Citizens Union to Kuthur citizens to vacate Tuensang town on or before November 20, the WYH, in a release issued by its president Tochu Yimchungru and general secretary Lakiumong Yimchungru today, said the phrase ‘quit notice’ was never heard ever since ‘Quit India Movement.’
In this connection. the WYH appealed to the State authority concerned to probe such sensitive matters without any partiality and positively to bring the culprits to book. It also extended its full cooperation to Kuthur residents of Tuensang town for its bold decision and asked them to ‘remain still’ despite the ‘quit notice’.
The Yimchungrü organisations further expressed serious concern for the student community who are about to sit for their final examination beginning November 20 and said the issue is directly hampering the students by creating ‘psychological imbalances’ and playing with their future.
The WYH reiterated its warning that it will no longer remain a mute spectator in the event of any untoward action against the students who are appearing in their final exams.