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CSU-DYO join issue over blacklisting
Published on 19 Feb. 2010 12:28 AM IST
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Following the ‘black listing’ of contractors of the NCSU by the ENSF and the reactions from various organizations, the crisis appears to be deepening with more joining the fray. In the latest, the Chang Students Union (CSU) has backed the ENSF and slammed the KYO for defending Pele Khezhie, while the Dapfhüsumia Youth Organisation (DYO) has taken strong exception to the threat of “unwanted situation” on its member (Pele Khezhie) by the ENSF. The CSU has slammed the statement made by the Khezhienuomia Youth Organization (KYO), against the ENSF by reminding the KYO that the ENSF had blacklisted all “defaulting contractors” of NH-155 and not only Pele Khezhie. Echoing similar sentiments of sister units such as - KSU, YAA and USSC, CSU president K.James and executive secretary Chollen, reminded KYO that ENSF was an apex student body of Eastern Nagaland, formed with the sole consent and mandate to protect the interest of the people of eastern Nagaland, and not a clan organisation like KYO. Slamming that the KYO stood for an individual cause, the CSU said ENSF stood for common cause. It further urged KYO to stop “breeding -ism” and “stop practicing sycophancy as the whole Naga society has been known for fair and wise judgment since time immemorial.” Stating that the KYO was targeting “our people”, the CSU said if anything happened to any officials of ENSF or any bona fide members of eastern Nagas, the KYO would be held solely responsible. According to CSU, besides ENSF officials there were thousands of Eastern Naga people residing in Kohima, being the capital of the state. The CSU also attacked NCSU vice president and secretary by questioning their credibility in rendering “selfless support” to an individual while ENSF had “blacklisted” all other “defaulting” contractors as well. Pointing out that federation did not target Pele Khezhie as NCSU president but as a defaulting contractor, the CSU said: “the duo should not tarnish the good image of NCSU.” It further questioned the NCSU, asking where they were when the ENSF had convened meetings with contractors and department responsible on the issue. The Chang students’ union observed that “continuous deplorable development activities” carried out by NCSU members in parts of eastern Nagaland were masterminded under incumbent NCSU office bearers. Meanwhile, assuring its “fullest support” to ENSF on its move, the CSU urged the federation to sternly take appropriate action against the “erring contractors and NCSU officials.” Meanwhile, the the Dapfhütsumia Youth Organisation (DYO) president Zakiebeilie Angami and general secretary Roukuosazo Sachü, asserted that they have been “provoked” by the ENSF statement threatening one of their member- Pele Khezhie - with the provocative remark “unwanted situation”. Strongly condemning the ENSF statement, the DYO said it could be “quite dangerous” if construed otherwise. In view of the ENSF’s alleged provocative remark, the DYO said it cannot remain silent nor can it tolerate such threat imposed upon its bona fide member. Further the DYO also cautioned that in the event of any fateful eventuality, arising out of this issue, upon Pele Khezhie the “ENSF shall be solely held responsible.” The DYO also said that it was very unfortunate on the part of a reputed federation like ENSF to make such an “imperiling statements” against an individual. DYO also said that it seriously observed that remark such as “unwanted situation” was “immature and imprudent.”

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