ANCSU, DCCI on collision course

DIMAPUR, JUN 24 (NPN) | Publish Date: 6/24/2019 12:03:45 PM IST

All Nagaland College Students’ Union (ANCSU) and Dimapur Chamber of Commerce & Industry (DCCI) are seemingly on a collision course following the latter’s objection to raising of funds by the former.

In a press release issued by its finance secretary Inato Y Chisho and education secretary Kruto Tetseo, the union termed DCCI’s resolution of June 22 as “misleading” and said it deserved to be condemned at the highest level.

ANCSU maintained that any form of fundraise was “purely anticipated on well wishers and not by force.” It demanded to know from DCCI on what grounds it termed “fundraise activities” by student bodies as illegal? It said DDCI had no authority to “dictate the manner in which the student bodies would sustain its visionary activities.” It also stated that DCCI cannot “harass and boast over the innocent student unions” just because they were financially stable.

ANCSU reminded DCCI that it would oppose those business establishments that harass student community “by words or action” on any occasion.

Further, slamming DCCI putting a ban on individuals and organizations to search for expiry goods and MRP, ANCSU questioned whether the business establishments have openly declared they had been and would continue to practice illegal sale of expiry goods and tempered MRP? 

ANCSU said that the union along with consumers and other concerned organisations would continue to check illegal sale of expiry goods and tempered MRPs. It stated that DCCI resolution “clearly” seemed to be resolution to oppress the students in particular and society in general. 

ANCSU, however, hoped that business establishments would continue to extend support to the student community “as an obligation.”

ANCSU pointed out that more than 90% of the total economy of Dimapur market has been occupied by outsiders. It contended that outsiders having been “much benefited” from Dimapur market owed responsibility to contribute towards the citizens in any form when solicited for. 

Meanwhile, ACNSU has appealed all the right thinking citizens to come forward and fight against the “unwelcoming resolution” of DCCI. The union affirmed to “outrightly retaliate against “such kind of ill forces”.



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