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DIMAPUR, DEC 3 (NPN):
NUTA seeks fresh CBI probe into NU
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Published on 4 Dec. 2009 12:36 AM IST
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Nagaland University Teachers’ Association (NUTA) central executive committee (CEC) has urged Nagaland Governor to order fresh probe into alleged scams in Nagaland University (NU), claiming that present CBI team has “once again” enjoyed the “full hospitality” of the university. In a joint memorandum submitted to chief rector (Nagaland governor), the NUTA CEC president Rosemary Dzuvichu and secretary general N Venuh said fresh probe by new CBI team into Visitorial CBI inquiry on Nagaland University has become imperative to ensure a free, fair and unbiased inquiry. It alleged that present CBI team during their latest visit to university in November used university vehicles, enjoyed hospitality in university guest house at Lumami with V-C Prof. K Kannan, “who himself is under CBI scanner”, when files and office records were available only at the main administrative office, Kohima. “In both their visits in September and November, the CBI has failed to meet the NUTA who raised the issues of corruption,” the signatories stated. Observing NU Registrar’s action in withdrawing FIR against NUNTSA president exclusive of three NUTA leaders, who were also included in the same FIR, the NUTA said, was proof of his “malicious and malafied intent” against NUTA. “The FIR is false, baseless and fabricated to defame and harass the leaders of the two organisations,” the CEC representatives said and reiterated its demand for immediate withdrawal of FIR by Registrar. Also, the NUTA urged chief rector to take immediate cognizance on the inquiry report of state government on Nagaland University issued by NUTA in a memorandum to state chief minister August 27 last. “We reiterate our demand for release of the inquiry report for public information in the interest of justice and truth, immediate recommendation to the visitor, based on the findings of the inquiry report within a week,” the NUTA leaders demanded. Meanwhile, the NUTA CEC requested governor to make immediate appointments to meet Visitor (President of India) and union MHRD minister Kapil Sibal, within one week, to avoid further agitation and academic closure of classes in the interest of students.

 
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