Tension within DDADU office bearers

Tension within DDADU office bearers
Section of DDADU members at the meeting, Thursday. (NP)
Staff Reporter DIMAPUR, JUN 13 (NPN) | Publish Date: 6/13/2019 12:10:51 PM IST

Ahead of the union’s election, tension within Dimapur District Auto Drivers Union (DDADU) has been simmering for last couple of weeks where executive members have formed two groups hurdling allegations against each other.

A group led by Dimapur District Auto Drivers Union  vice president, Tito Yeptho and others have accused DDADU president, I Vitoshe Sema and others of misappropriation of funds.

While, Dimapur District Auto Drivers Union president has slapped a termination order against the vice president and suspended general secretary, Inito Shohe and three other members for “campaigning for election before the declaration of election by DDADU”.

In the backdrop of brewing tension, a meeting was held on Thursday at DDADU office Super Market, Dimapur which was attended by the union chief advisor, Akaho Kiba, DDADU office bearers and members where a three-point resolution was adopted.

The meeting resolved that the termination of the vice president and suspension of general secretary, office secretary, Kiyelu Yeptho, joint secretary, Renthungo Tsopoe and information secretary, Sunep Ao was in total contravention of Article-VI, Clause 1, Sub-Clause (f) of Constitution of Dimapur District Auto Drivers Union as the consent of the board of advisors were not obtained or consulted before initiating the termination and suspension.

The meeting also termed the termination and suspension as illegal and ultra vires of Constitution and apprised the president to revoked the same within two days i.e. from June 13, 2019 and reinstate the members to their respective post.

In the event of failing to adhere to the resolution, the members also resolved to initiate a non-cooperation movement against the union until such time the resolutions are concurred with.

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