Nagaland

Students’ bodies across Nagaland join hands for NSF & ENSF state-wide bandh

Students' bodies across Nagaland join hands for NSF & ENSF state-wide bandh of vehicular movement on government registered vehicles from October 12, 2020

Kohima, October 11 (NEx): The State-wide bandh of vehicular movement on government registered vehicles called by Naga Students Federation (NSF) and Eastern Naga Students Federation (ENSF) is taking a serious turn as various Students’ Union across the State join hands.

Students’ unions notified that in compliance with the call for a state-wide bandh; will impose indefinite bandh of the government registered vehicles NL-10, NL-11, in their respective jurisdictions from October 12 onwards.

Separate notification issued by All Sumi Student’s Union (SKK), Lotha students’ Union (LSU), Chakhesang Student’s Union (CSU), Rengma students Union (RSU), Phom Students’ Conference (PSC), Konyak Students Union, Ao Students’ Conference (AKM), Pochury Students’ Union, directed all concern to strictly comply and keep the above mentioned vehicles off road to avoid any untoward incidents. Failing which, the Unions shall not be responsible for any untoward circumstances, it stated.

The agitation has been called in regard with the failure of the state government to respond to the 30 days ultimatum served by the NSF & ENSF to mainstream RMSA & SSA Teachers of 2010 & 2013 batches.

Further, the students’ unions stated that, only vehicles on medical services, administration & police on duty, Fire & Emergency services will be exempted from the purview of the bandh.

Meanwhile, the Angami Public Organization (APO) came out openly against the bandh of vehicular movement on govt registered vehicles called by the students’ bodies and informed that APO will not allow any agitation to take place in the Angami area. Further, it requested NSF to call off the bandh.