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NUNTSA “pen-down” strike from June 2
DIMAPUR, MAY 31 (NPN): .
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Published on 1 Jun. 2011 12:22 AM IST
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To protest against non-fulfillment of its “genuine demands” by the Nagaland University authority, the Nagaland university non-teaching staffs’ association (NUNTSA) Tuesday announced it has decided to go on an indefinite “pen-down” demonstration starting June 2 in all the campuses of the University. NUNTSA vice president Akiya Asumi, treasurer Toboka and general secretary Mhonbemo said the association had submitted several representations, charter of demands and ultimatum to the University authority since 2009 but to no avail. The association said “indifferent attitude and step-motherly treatment” of its staffs by university authority for many years has compelled it to take up “drastic step of indefinite ‘pen-down’ strike till all demands were met.” The NUNTSA also requested all responsible to extend cooperation in its “fight for justice”. It also appealed to the student community and public to bear with any inconveniences that could arise as a result of the strike. Meanwhile, the association has declared that university authority would be held solely responsible for consequences that arose out of its agitation.

 
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