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NEHUTA continues protest, demands VC's resignation

Saturday, 17 June 2017 11:24
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Dimapur, June 16: The NEHUTA in continuation to ongoing protest and exposure of misrepresentation of facts and tampering with minutes of Academic Council and Executive Council organized a demonstration before the office of the Vice-Chancellor Prof. S K Srivastava. 

The NEHUTA said ignoring the serious case of defrauding minutes of statutory bodies, the Vice-Chancellor disappeared from the office. 

"Even after misinforming Government of India and misleading the Ministry of Human resources' Development (MHRD)of an unconstitutional and procedurally wrong decision about stoppage of Hill Area Special Allowance(HASA), the Vice-Chancellor could not yet correct the whole conundrum of misrepresentations," it said.  

At this, the NEHUTA after a general assembly held this afternoon decided to reassert that continuation of Prof. S K Srivastava in the position of VC has undermined the dignity and prestige of the premier university like NEHU permanently. 

In continuation of NEHUTA's call for non-cooperation, it asked for an explanation from the VC as to why such serious manipulation and acts of misleading the office of the Visitor is not to be considered a fit case for initiation of proceedings under law. 

The NEHUTA expected from the VC a response in a week's time so that his gross acts of violation of statutory provisions to the detriment of the employees of the university could be redeemed in a manner of restoring propriety. 

In its assembly today, the NEHUTA cautioned that a premier university cannot become a 'kingdom of lies'. 

The NEHUTA pledged that it would do the rightful in upholding the highest standards of public morality by making an example out of VC's white lies and will carry out a democratic path of struggle by uniting every member of the university community. Hence the NEHUTA, in upholding the highest standards of public morality categorically demanded that the VC should immediately resign, as he has lost all moral and legal rights to continue in the office.

NEHUTA cautioned everyone about the divide and rule policy adopted by some unscrupulous elements, which aims at covering up VC's lies and deceptive acts to the university community. Such attempts cannot undermine the collective strength of the community in establishing truth and justice in the University. 

(Page News Service)

 


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