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CMCF issue resolved
Correspondent KOHIMA, NOV 25 (NPN):
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Published on 26 Nov. 2008 12:20 AM IST
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A meeting convened by chairman of Chief Minister’s Corpus Fund (CMCF) for Kohima district, Dr. Nicky Kire, MLA, with the Angami Students’ Union (ASU) in the office of DC Kohima on Tuesday, resolved the CMCF impasse arising out due to non-inclusion of ASU representatives in the selection board of CMCF for Kohima district. ASU assistant general secretary Zakie Khate in a press release informed that the meeting discussed various technical issues and review of CMCF system and a mutual agreement was reached between the government and ASU through verbal discussion. The meeting also resolved to fulfill the proposals of the Angami Students’ Union (ASU) including inclusion of ASU representatives in the CMCF selection board, with equal rights and voice; conduct of CMCF interview strictly on merit basis, and that all political recommendations should not carry any weightage. Considering the cosmopolitan nature of Kohima, ASU had also sought for additional fund to accommodate more beneficiaries. ASU vice president Kevizayie Peter was endorsed to the selection board and the union also called off its proposed boycott of CMCF interview. Following the mutual agreement, the CMCF board interview began at 12.30 p.m Tuesday, ASU said. The meeting was attended by Dr. Nicky Kire, DC Kohima Sachopra Vero, ADC Zenietuo Yano and government representatives, while ASU delegation was led by its vice president Kevizayie Peter and also included Angami Youth Organization (AYO) general secretary Seyiekhrielie Nagi. Earlier in the morning, starting from 9 a.m to 11 a.m, ASU volunteers picketed the DC’s office and pasted posters on the gate. , some of which read “We have a right to sit in the board”, “Our voice our rights”, “No to political network” and “We want a fair deal.” During the picketing, ASU volunteers also prevented the staff of DC office from entering the office.

 
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