ANCSU resumes ‘digital protest’

DIMAPUR, OCT 15 (NPN) | Publish Date: 10/15/2020 1:13:53 PM IST

All Nagaland College Students’ Union (ANCSU), which kept on hold its “digital protest” till October 14, 2020 in view of the demise of minister CM Chang, Thursday said that on the second day of protest (October 15, 2020) more than 2 lakh emails were sent to the respective email accounts of top state governments officials and bureaucrats.

In a press release, ANCSU general secretary Imnameren N Jamir and magazine secretary Kahovi Z Rochill have, however, said that since there was “no sign of leanings” to the union’s genuine demand, they would intensify protest starting October 16, 2020.
On the third day, ANCSU said besides sending e-mails indefinite calls would be made to the responsible government functionaries. 
ANCSU stated that 39 college union units have been asked to arrange at least 20 volunteers each to make calls “to the soon to be circulated phone numbers.”
The union cautioned the responsible authority to pay heed to its demand at the earliest to avoid further intensification of the protest. 
“Together, we shall ensure that the enquiry commission is set up to probe into the fund utilization at KPA, and that justice is delivered,” ANCSU stated.


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