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ANCSU acknowledges CM

Nagaland News

Dimapur, November 27: The All Nagaland College Students’ Union (ANCSU) has acknowledged Chief Minister and the competent authorities concerned for promptly responding to the memorandum of the union vide. Ref. no. ANCSU-CM/Memo-2/2019-2021, dated 29/10/2020, in regard to Kohima Science College, Jotsoma land issue.
The union appreciated that on the call of the Chief Minister’s Office, a joint meeting was held on November 12 last at Kohima Science College Jotsoma, under the Chairmanship of Principal Secretary to Chief Minister, which was attended by Kohima District Administration, Jotsoma Village Council, Administrators & Faculty Members of the Kohima Science College, Jotsoma, and All Nagaland College Students’ Union.
According to a press release issued by ANCSU president, Vimeyiekho Vitso and general secretary, Imnameren N Jamir, during the joint meeting, the ANCSU agreed for setting up of ‘Committee on Settlement of Kohima Science College Jotsoma land issue” with the following Committee members – Revenue Officer, Kohima – Chairman, SDO (C) Establishment, Kohima – Member Secretary, Members – EAC (Rev), Estate Committee, Kohima Science College, Jotsoma, President ANCSU, General Secretary ANCSU, Information Secretary ANCSU, One representative of each clan from Jotsoma Village, Executive members, Jotsoma Village Council, Youth Advisor, Jotsoma Youth Organization.
In the joint meeting, the Chief Minister’s Office and the District Administration reiterated that, no land allotment of the college land to others would be issued with immediate effect.
The committee is being entrusted to formulate recommendations to the State government for permanent settlement of the Kohima Science College, Jotsoma land issue. The ANCSU is optimistic that, the competent authorities would come all out to permanently settle the said issue.
The constituted committee held its first meeting on November 26, at Kohima Science College, Jotsoma, wherein action plans on settling the land issue were discussed.
(Page News Service)