Nagaland

ANCSU to intensify the ‘Digital Protest’; indefinite calls along with e-mails from tomorrow

ANCSU to intensify the 'Digital Protest'; indefinite calls along with e-mails from tomorrow

Kohima, October 15 (NEx): The All Nagaland College Students’ Union (ANCSU) to intensify the digital protest from tomorrow, along with e-mails, indefinite calls will be made to the concerned government functionaries, as there is no sign of leanings from the government even after the protest completed two days.

The ANCSU informed that the second day of protest (October 15, 2020), the Union has sent more than 2 lakh emails to the respective email accounts of top state governments officials and bureaucrats.

However, with no sign of leanings to our genuine demand, we are compelled to intensify our protest from tomorrow, along with e-mails, indefinite calls will be made to the concerned government functionaries.

The Union announced that the first phase of ‘Digital Protest’ is being successfully carried out with the active participation of all the college fraternity. While acknowledging the support and participation of the students, the union also wishes to acknowledge the incessant support of the well wishers in this soft mode of protest.

On the second day of protest, it was evident that the state government tried to stop various e-mail accounts from sending messages, but the union is overwhelmed to record the successful reach of more than two lakh e-mails as intended. The 39 college union units are asked to arrange atleast 20 volunteers each to make calls to the soon to be circulated phone numbers.

The Union also cautioned the responsible authority to pay heed to our demand at the earliest to avoid further intensification of the protest.

Together, we shall ensure that the ‘ENQUIRY COMMISSION’ is set up to probe into the fund utilization at KPA, and that justice is delivered, said the Union.