CSU stand against illegal appointments

DIMAPUR | Publish Date: 2/19/2020 10:34:07 AM IST

Chakhroma Students’ Union (CSU) has appealed the chief minister to set up enquiry committee at the earliest to check into illegal appointment of more than 900 police recruits and backdoor appointments in bulk. 

A press release from CSU president, Zhasakholie Kehie stated that, this kind of malpractices scare the hopes and aspiration of many unemployed Naga youths. 

It also reminded for the setting up of enquiry committee as mentioned by the chief minister during the NLA session.  

Union also applauded the NTUCT for voicing out against the unfair and unjust means in recruitment, while it affirmed that it would not be silent spectators if government does not look into the matter. 



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