ACC19TFN serves ultimatum on state govt

DIMAPUR, MAY 20 (NPN) | Publish Date: 5/20/2020 1:22:56 PM IST

All Cities COVID-19 Task Force for Nagaland (ACC19TFN), which was recently formed by a group of Nagas stranded at various cities outside Nagaland, has served a two-day ultimatum on the state government to respond and fulfil its assurances given to the stranded citizens from Nagaland.

In an ultimatum to the state chief minister, ACC19TFN expressed outrage at the state government’s failure to respond to its earlier appeal dated May 14, 2020 regarding “arrangement of transportation for stranded Nagas outside Nagaland and other necessary arrangement for COVID-19 issues.”

ACC19TFN said they had been expecting a call or an official communiqué, but have not received any till date. It has, therefore, urged the chief minster to urgently respond to the needs of stranded people from Nagaland.

ACC19TFN said if the government was going to arrange transportation it should be arranged at the earliest as stranded Nagas were in constant fear of getting evicted.

For the transportation, ACC19TFN urged the state government to provide a proper fixed date; pickup point and send the notification to all the respective DCs or DMs of the concern states. 

It also requested the state government to establish communication with other state governments in bringing back the stranded people at the earliest.

Further, ACC19TFN requested the state government to establish coordination between other state governments and Naga student unions to have an efficient and more organized evacuation of stranded people.

Pointing out that many people could not fill the forms of special package, the task force asked the state government what alternate arrangement was being made for those people?

Stating that they have been working as frontliners for stranded citizens outside Nagaland, the ACC19TFN, however, said when the state government, which was their only hope did not respond even to their queries, they were left perplexed and mortified.

Therefore, ACC19TFN has appealed to the chief minister to speed up the processes, provide proper information within two days.


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