Nagaland

No response, despite 1 million emails, phone calls; ANCSU to intensify the protest

All Nagaland College Students’ Union (ANCSU) calls to intensify the ongoing protest, as State government deliberately ignored the voice of the students’ community, despite One million emails and multiple phone calls

Kohima, October 16 (NEx): The All Nagaland College Students’ Union (ANCSU) calls to intensify the ongoing protest, as State government deliberately ignored the voice of the students’ community, despite One million emails and multiple phone calls, as part of the ongoing digital protest demanding to set up an enquiry commission to probe into the fund utilization at Khelhoshe Polytechnic Atoizu, Zunheboto.

The ANCSU in a press release said that the Union in resentment against the state government for non-fulfilment of its demand to set up Enquiry Commission to probe into the fund utilization at Khelhoshe Polytechnic Atoizu, Zunheboto (AICTE-NEQIP fund) has called for ‘Digital Protest’ since October 12, 2020.

The union, on the third day of its protest has sent over ONE MILLION E-mails to the email accounts of top government functionaries. Along with the e-mails, the union also made multiple calls to the Chief Ministers’ Office, Chief Secretary Office and other government functionaries, it stated.

During the initial calls of the day, students were responded, “File is under process”, “Kindly enquire from the directorate of technical education” and later, some numbers were unreachable, the Union informed.

ANCSU stated that the state government having deliberately ignored the voice of the students’ community, the Union will intensify its ongoing protest with immediate effect along with the ongoing protest.

Further, it apprised the Union units to be fully prepared for any call to express its fervent resentment against the state government.