Discrimination on two Naga ladies at Rajasthan reported

Dimapur, December 15 (NE): In the midst of Citizenship Amendment Act (CAA) bandhs here in Nagaland and North East India for already several days, two Naga girls are in distress at Rajasthan, according to an information given by Helping Hands NGO from New Delhi. It said – “Any one around there at Sikar, Tonk, rush there to help them”, quoted an official, further saying: “Robin Sir, what shall we do, our employer is not giving us salary and harassing us, we do not know what to do sir. We don’t have anything to eat nor water to drink for last 4 days. We donot know anybody here sir. Please help us . Our address is – Herbal Beauty Parlour – Tonk Road nearby HP petrol pump. Sikar, Rajasthan.” Miss ** & Miss **, from Nagaland, unquote.

One can inbox me your number at my mobile – 9810083486 for the detail contact number. URGENT, said the founder of a social welfare NGO initiated for North East people particularly residing at the metro cities of India, Shri Robin Hibu, IPS, New Delhi.

It is important to note that such happenings are occurring in many parts of India especially to young people including many Naga ladies who are vulnerable in different situations as they remain out there for work, there are some very genuinely working people even helping their own family members back home in Nagaland here.
It must be a burden for respective governments in North East India including Nagaland, to see by collaborating with concern students’ union, Churches among others that every one particularly from Nagaland can work truthfully without much disturbance.

The other part will be that government will also be benefited, if they can maintain a balance – as those Nagas will promote Nagaland as an Ambassador for the state in return too.