Nagaland

ANCSU appeals all the colleges in Nagaland to observe total shutdown on January 22

Dimapur, January 21 (NE): All Nagaland College Students’ Union (ANCSU), Kohima has condemned the Citizenship Amendment Bill, which has become an Act, even though the citizens of the country were against it due to ill effects through it.

In a notification through an appeal it has said that ANCSU condemns the Act, as it will endanger the entire North East India as a whole in process of implementation. Therefore, it has urged the like-minded citizens of the state to join hands as various organizations under the students’ body is organizing a total shutdown of colleges and universities to support the cause in a democratic manner.

The Union firmly believes that the Supreme Court would neither delay nor legalize the CAA 2019, which is unconstitutional in nature, the notification added.

It is pertinent to note that various students’ organizations in Northeast India is organizing a regional bandh to protest of what they call a democratic protest through total shutdown to oppose CAA in universities and colleges on January Twenty Two, 2020.

DNSU appeals to observe shutdown in Dimapur

The Dimapur Naga Students’ Union (DNSU) media cell through a press release made an appeal to all the colleges and universities in Dimapur to observe a total shutdown on January 22, 2020 to extend solidarity to the Northeastern University students’ fraternity declaring a total shutdown of all the universities and colleges in Northeast India on Wednesday, it added.

The Supreme Court will conduct hearing on the petitions filed in the apex court challenging the validity of the contentious Citizenship Amendment Act (CAA), 2019 on Wednesday, January 22.