Organisations support joint ultimatum of NSF & ENSF

DIMAPUR | Publish Date: 9/21/2020 12:08:12 PM IST

Rengma Students’ Union (RSU), Yimchungrü Akherü Arihako (YAA) and Konyak Students’ Union (KSU) have extended support to the ultimatum issued to government by NSF and ENSF.

RSU: Expressing “strong displeasure” at the lackadaisical attitude of state government towards resolving the NSSATA issue, the Rengma Students’ Union (RSU) called upon the concerned to immediately resolve the protracted subject without further delay.

A press release by RSU president, Heiko Kent and general secretary, Kegwalo Magh stated that, as per reference to point 3 of the agreement signed between School Education department and the Nagaland Sarva Shikha Abhiyan Teachers’ Association (NSSATA), NSF & ENSF on June 12, 2018, the state government must implement the agreement in letter and spirit.  Taking into account the “untold hindrances and mass inconveniences in the teaching-learning process” and the nature of damages inflicted upon the aggrieved teachers, the RSU affirmed its support in toto to the joint ultimatum issued by NSF & ENSF against the state government. 

YAA: Yimchungrü Akherü Arihako (YAA) in its executive meeting held on September 16, discussed the ongoing SSA & RMSA 2010 and 2013 batches issue. A press release by YAA press and information secretary, Rokhumba stated that union resolved to extend support and co-operation to the 30-day ultimatum served by ENSF and NSF to the state government. YAA also appealed the state government to uphold the agreement in letter and spirit and to respond immediately.

KSU: Konyak Students’ Union (KSU) expressed “dismay over delayed tactic” of state government towards implementing the agreement with ENSF and NSF for nearly two years to bring the SSA & RMSA teachers of 2010 and 2013 batches into mainstream. 

KSU in a press release by general secretary, Phoe Konyak and education secretary, Abo Konyak extended support to the ultimatum of ENSF and NSF and appealed the state government to deliver the justice immediately. Cautioning that if any unwanted situation arises, or the academic career of the students are affected, the KSU stated that government would be held solely responsible and answerable.

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