DIMAPUR, DECEMBER 3: The Core Committee on Rationalization of Reservation Policy (CCoRoRP) and 5 tribes students’ unions (Angami, Ao, Sumi, Lotha and Rengma) have objected to the 45% reservation demand of the Eastern Naga Students’ Federation (ENSF) under any circumstances.
In a joint press release, the CCoRORP convenor, N Ejanthung Ngullie, secretary, Zakie Khate, Angami Students’ Union president, Vizokho Zazhümo, Ao Students’ Conference (AKM) president, Nungdokyanger Ao, Rengma Students’ Union president, Heiko Kent, All Sumi Students’ Union president, Hothoshe Kits and Lotha Students’ Union president, Ashanthuhng Humtsoe, stated that after a lapse of 43 years when reservation should be gradually decreased by now and much earlier, “what can be more unreasonable is the demand for its increase or even such an assumption is preposterous”.
“We see no possible progression of our people with such detrimental implementation,” they stated.
The CCoRoRP expected the Government to settle the matter with rationale sensibility based on logical reasoning.
“However, if the Government were to succumb to such unreasonable absurd demands, we shall leave no stone unturned but to defend our society from such a self defeating move by resorting to all forms of democratic protect,” the Unions stated. (Page News Service)