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ATSUM reiterates appeal to lift class boycott stir
Correspondent IMPHAL, OCT 30:
Published on 30 Oct. 2009 11:22 PM IST
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Federal Assembly of the All Manipur Tribal Students’ Union Manipur (ATSUM) on Friday endorsed the resolution of the students’ body taken in the public meeting held on October 24 last that discussed on the matter of indefinite class boycott stir. Among the endorsement includes demand for immediate lifting of the class boycott stir called by three students’ bodies, AMSU, MSF and KSO, to press the board authorities, council and MU to conduct the exams as per schedule. It also include appeal to parents and guardians to clear the monthly fees for the students in period when schools were closed. In the meeting held on October 24, All Tribal Students’ Union Manipur (ATSUM) decided to urge the state government as well as the agitating students’ bodies to bring an amicable solution to the ongoing class boycott stir by October 31. The meeting agreed that demands of the protesters against the Khwairamband incident were genuine but noted that closure of educational institutions in connection with the agitations was unwarranted and uncalled for. The meeting felt that the government should be boycotted rather than boycotting and victimising education. It recommended urging all parties to end the impasse by October 31 and ensure resumption of normal classes from November. In case the deadlock remains unsolved within the stipulated time, the ATSUM will take recourse to ensure the examinations of Board, Council, CBSE, MU, etc. are conducted without any interruption, the meeting resolved. Almost all schools in the four valley district remained close for the last nearly one and half month. since September 9 with the three students’ bodies, AMSU, MSF and KSA announcing indefinite boycott extending support to the agitation launched by Apunba Lup and JACs demanding resignation of the chief minister, O Ibobi among others.

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