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Set up HPC to look into KSCJ land issue: ANCSU tells CM

DIMAPUR, OCT 29 (NPN) | Publish Date: 10/29/2020 12:30:55 PM IST

All Nagaland College Students’ Union (ANCSU) has appealed to chief minister Neiphiu Rio to set up a high powered commission (HPC) to look into the long-pending land issue of Kohima Science College, Jotsoma (KSCJ) and include all stakeholders of the college as its members.

In a memorandum to the chief minister, union’s president Vimeyiekho Vitso and general secretary Imnameren N Jamir called for setting up the HPC within one month and that it should submit its report for necessary action within two months from the date of its formation.
Insisting that the commission should formulate policies, provisions and action plan on how to settle the land issue once and for all, they demanded that the State government must implement the HPC’s recommendation within one month from the date of submission of its submission. 
The memorandum reminded Rio of the State government’s assurance of August 14, 2018 to solve the KSCJ’s land issue and acknowledged the land survey carried out in this regard. 
On receipt of the land survey report, ANCSU said it made several appeals for settlement of the land issue, but regretted that the government did not bother to listen to them. It recalled having submitted letter to chief minister’s office on November 20, 2019 and another letter to chief secretary on February 21, 2020, appealing for a joint meeting with all stakeholders, but did not receive any response till date.
According to ANCSU, KSCJ is a premier college of the State and attracts both national and international academic minds. However, it regretted that the unattended land issue of the college has hindered its growth. 
The union hoped that Rio would not disregard the issue and commit to bringing in permanent settlement to the land issue for the welfare of student community. 
 

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