Various organizations direct on account of 18 hours Nagaland bandh: Government reply awaited

Dimapur, November 19 (NE): The eighteen hours bandh for business establishments from today, November nineteen, six pm onwards has got further support as well as mixed reactions as the slated 18 hours bandh is planned on North East India levels due to Parliament session to be held at New Delhi particularly on CAB issues.

Already on this account, few states in North East has started the bandh in respective states. Now in Nagaland, it is to begin supposedly by this evening – only if the Government don’t intervene on various grounds. Meanwhile, the vehicles may be normally running if they don’t include it by this evening; the NSF on the other hand had instructed it’s subordinate Federating units to work with the bandh organizer – for the ensuing examinations held in every districts in Nagaland, so as to conduct freely and peacefully on behalf of students without being harassed. At the same time, DNSU from Dimapur district has also started giving instructions to it’s affiliates on behalf of NSF.

(NSF directive in the view of 18 hours Nagaland shut down)

The Citizens Amendment Bill as per reports will bring a geographical change particularly as North East India is a reserved region on schedule tribes basis. Moreover, there are various laws for the betterment of tribal states in this part of the country. So, any new law will halt the very meaning of the concern tribes as a whole. In this regard, all the eight states besides many from mainland India are against the CAB in any case.

It is pertinent to note that the government has not issued any statement on the present crisis from any end, until the time of filing this report.