Nagaland

ENSF, Govt meeting inconclusive; ENSF to go ahead with indefinite agitation

The Eastern Naga Students’ Federation (ENSF) to begin the proposed democratic indefinite agitation from November 30, 2020, following the meeting with the State government ending inconclusive.

Kohima, November 28 (NEx): The Eastern Naga Students’ Federation (ENSF) to begin the proposed democratic indefinite agitation from November 30, 2020, following the meeting with the State government ending inconclusive.

The ENSF President, Sepili L Sangtam, through a press release informed that the meeting called by the Chief Secretary office which was held at Chief Secretary Conference Hall today, November 28, 2020 remains inconclusive as the state government could not fulfill the genuine demands placed by the federation.

The federation has reiterated to go ahead with the proposed democratic indefinite agitation in the five districts of Eastern Nagaland from November 30, 2020 onwards.

Earlier on November 18, 2020 the ENSF has served seven days ultimatum to the State government to fulfill its demands in regards to the Nagaland Staff Selection Board.

The Federation informed that the mode of agitation will be in the form of locking down government offices and restriction on the movement of government registered vehicles.

However, the Offices and vehicles of District Administration, Police, Medical, Fire & Emergency services and central agencies vehicles are exempted from the purview of the said indefinite agitation, the ENSF said.

Incase of any unwanted incidents, the state government shall be solely held responsible, it warned. The federation further directs all it’s federating units to strictly follow the present Covid-19 SOPs.

ENSF also said that it would be boycotting the Statehood Day on December 1st and the annual Hornbill Festival which is also scheduled to begin virtually this year on the same day.