Tuesday, October 4, 2022

ANGMU calls for 72-hour ‘chakka bandh’ from Sep 5

All Nagaland Goods Movers Union (ANGMU) has called for 72-hour “chakka bandh” from September 5-7, 2022 to express its resentment against the August 26 firing incident, in which one employee of TS Goods Carrier at Kalibari Road near DMC office suffered injuries.
It may be recalled that three unidentified motorcycle-borne miscreants resorted to blank firing at the employees, who were inside the office on August 26 evening.
ANGMU through its media cell condemned the firing incident and urged the responsible authorities handling the case to take swift and necessary action so those responsible were identified and brought to book at the earliest.
ANGMU has cautioned that failure on the part of the authorities would compel the union to take its own course of action for “indefinite chakka bandh.”
Meanwhile, the union has appealed to the citizens to bear with the proposed “chakka bandh” since threat and harassment from various elements have become an everyday affair.

SourceNPN