Class boycott will continue till demands met: ANCSU

DIMAPUR, AUG 11 (NPN) | Publish Date: 8/11/2018 11:58:37 AM IST

All Nagaland College Students’ Union (ANCSU) Saturday reiterated that college students would abstain from attending classes until the state government addressed its charter of demands submitted to the chief minister on August 10, 2018. 

Acknowledging the support extended by the college authorities thus far, the union has further appealed to all the college authorities and staffs to understand the genuine demands of the college students and continue to extend cooperation. 

Once the state government addressed the genuine demands of the college students, ANCSU said it would through print media and college student unions intimate the students to resume attending classes.  

However, the union has cautioned that any college students defying its call would be dealt with seriously as the volunteers would be monitoring the institutions. 

Meanwhile, All Nagaland College Students’ Union  has asked the students contact the representatives of their respective districts for any communication: Mokokchung (Benjong Longchar vice president 9862546248), Dimapur (Inato Chisho finance secretary 8794966799), Phek (Kruto Tetse-o education secretary 9089140749), Kohima (Keneitsituo Kense Social & cultural secretary 9089533581), Peren (Yachet Walling deputy speaker 7085660338), Wokha (Pithungo Shitio speaker 8974523931) and Zunheboto (Bopito Magazine secretary 8257969634).



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