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CKM, JKM, TKM reiterates their stand
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Published on 2 Jun. 2010 12:16 AM IST
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Changkikong Students’ Conference (CKM), Japukong Students’ Conference (JSC) and Tsurangkong Students’ Conference (TKM) have reiterated that they would stand for quality education and recommend/support persons or staffs who were capable of attaining their objectives and aspirations.
A joint press note issued by Changkikong Students’ Conference president, Along Tzudir, Japukong Students’ Conference president, K. Lima Longchar and Tsurangkong Students’ Conference president, Nathan Ozukum stated that the three student bodies held a joint meeting at Mangkolemba on May 31, during which it has been resolve to wait till June 5 for District Inspector of Schools Yarang Pongener to hand over office charge to Marchila, who has been issued transfer order as DIS Mangkolemba by department of school education.
The three student bodies cautioned that failure to comply with their notice would result in “locking off” of District Inspector of Schools office in Mangkolemba from June 7.
Meanwhile, reacting to recent allegations made against Changkikong Students’ Conference, Japukong Students’ Conference and Tsurangkong Students’ Conference through local dailies, the student bodies further clarified that they did not need the consent or permission from any organization or agencies to hold meetings.
Stating that they uphold the universal students constitution that students’ bodies should remain impartial/neutral and hold no political inclination, the release clarified that Changkikong Students’ Conference, Japukong Students’ Conference and Tsurangkong Students’ Conference were not inclined towards any political party.

 
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