KSA, DNSU hold ‘joint courtesy meet’

KSA, DNSU hold ‘joint courtesy meet’
DNSU and KSA members/office bearers after the meeting on Friday at Khatkhati.
DIMAPUR, NOV 20 (NPN) | Publish Date: 11/20/2020 11:35:40 AM IST

Days after Karbi Students’ Association (KSA)-led economic blockade on Nagaland was temporarily suspended, the association held a “joint courtesy meet” with the Dimapur Naga Students’ Union, (DNSU) at Khatkhati, Assam on November 20.

During the meeting the two organizations strongly warned that action would be taken against any individual “trying to instigate the situation/issue for their own personal gain.”

In a joint press release, KSA president Bijoy Bey and DNSU president Sedevilie Angami also appealed to both the governments of Assam and Nagaland and Karbi Anglong Autonomous Council (KAAC) “to take the border issue with paramount concern.”

The two student bodies said that since it was “a courtesy meet” no resolution was made. However, KSA and DNSU said they decided to “work hand and hand with peaceful means and to maintain strong and brotherhood bonding between the two brothers of Karbi and Nagas.”

A DNSU member said that the meeting was held at a hotel in Khatkhati. It was fruitful and both sides decided to take up the matter with the respective state governments.

It may be recalled that the Karbi Anglong based civil society organizations led by KSA had temporarily suspended the indefinite economic blockade on Nagaland on the first day on November 17 and also submitted a 6-point charter of demands addressed to the chief minister of Assam through DC Karbi Anglong.


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