Nagaland

ANCSU declares ‘Indefinite Digital Protest’ against State govt. over Rs. 3.71 cr fund utilization at KPA

All Nagaland College Students’ Union (ANCSU) declares 'Indefinite Digital Protest' against State government over Rs. 3.71 cr fund utilization at Khelhoshe Polytechnic Atoizu (KPA), Zunheboto

Dimapur, October 06 (NEx): The All Nagaland College Students’ Union (ANCSU) declared for an ‘Indefinite Digital Protest’ against the State government with effect from October 12, 2020, as the demand for setting up of an Enquiry Commission to probe the utilisation of funds at Khelhoshe Polytechnic Atoizu (KPA), Zunheboto goes unheeded.

The ANCSU in a statement to NagalandExpress said that ‘The union in its letter to the state Chief Secretary, dated August 31, 2020, has demanded for setting up of an Enquiry Commission to probe into the fund utilization of Rs.3,71,60,000 for KPA under AICTE-NEQIP scheme within 30 days.

ANCSU Vice President, Inato Y Chisho and Education Secretary, Keneitsituo Kense stated that till date, the state government has remained passive over the demand of the union. The ANCSU strongly expressed its discontentment and further conveyed that, the union shall not remain silent when the welfare of the students’ fraternity is turned a blind eye.

As the state strive towards rebuilding its economy and health care from the unprecedented global pandemic, the union in no way wish to sabotage the betterment of the state. Therefore, as part of the union’s First Phase of agitation, the ANCSU declared “INDEFINITE DIGITAL PROTEST” against the state government with effect from October 12, 2020.

During this protest, indefinite e-mails would be sent to the email account of the government functionaries, indefinite calls would be made to the government functionaries, online poster campaign etc. All e-mails and calls would be made requesting the state government to hear the genuine demand of the union, it said.

The Union also informs all its units and well wishers to be prepared to participate in the proposed protest.