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NSF stir on July 24
Published on 23 Jul. 2009 12:33 AM IST
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To protest against the government’s alleged failure to produce any “tangible result” with regard to NPSC swapping of answer script scam, the Naga Students’ Federation (NSF) would organise state-wide agitation on July 24, from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. by restricting movement of government vehicles in all district headquarters. NSF general secretary O Wati Jamir and speaker Kelhouneizo Yhome said ever since the NPSC scam was surfaced, the federation had vigorously stood “tooth to nail” against the scam and was always ready to exercise its moral and responsible will to bring a settlement to the issue. The NSF representatives, however, lamented that to their dismay the investigation has failed to produce no any “tangible result” or concrete assurance from the government. Observing that investigation has “stuck somewhere”, the NSF said its second presidential council meeting had unanimously resolved to organise agitation to intensify the issue. The NSF has appealed the public to cooperate and support its endeavour. The movement of Para-military forces, district administration and ambulance has been exempted. Meanwhile, the Angami Students’ Union (ASU) has said that it would initiate the proposed bandh under Kohima district. ASU president Voto Neikha and general secretary Neingusalie Khruomo has informed all its range units, subordinate units and the public to extend support and solidarity.

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