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CNSA asks NSF to clarify on ultimatum

DIMAPUR, FEB 26 (NPN) | Publish Date: 2/26/2020 12:03:40 PM IST

Central Nagaland Students’ Association (CNSA), while appreciating the Naga Students’ Federation (NSF) for raising the issue of backdoor appointments, however expressed pain and dismay over the “threat issued in the form of ultimatum” to the state government by “persons and organizations” that had nothing to do with Nagaland. 

CNSA through its media cell expressed strong belief that the NSF, by issuing ultimatum, had undermined the “intelligentsia of the Nagas of Nagaland”. CNSA has, therefore, sought immediate clarification from NSF as to why the federation “resorted to issue ultimatum to the government of Nagaland using other people and organizations who has no connection whatsoever undermining the Nagas of Nagaland.”

CNSA maintained that the “magnanimous nature of the people of Nagaland” has been misconstrued by others for too long. It stated that in the name of sovereignty and independence Nagas of Nagaland have been subjected to “undergo many threats and intimidation both physically and psychologically for decades”. 

CNSA said the moment has come for “any informed people” to read the writings on the wall that “The Cross border organisation is not feasible for a just growth of Nagas”. It further stated that some apex bodies, once considered strong and vibrant organization, have got decimated and become irrelevant to the society.

 

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