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CNSA writes to Governor; demands thorough probe into Tuensang fiasco

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Dimapur, May 30: The Central Naga Students’ Association (CNSA) has appealed to the Governor of Nagaland to institute a thorough probe into the mishandling of returnees from Tuensang that resulted in COVID-19 pandemic to reach the remote district.
“A thorough probe under the supervision of your office be conducted on mishandling the issues of the returnees from Tuensang and Eastern Naga areas and strict action be initiated as per the request of the Eastern Naga Students Federation,” the association appealed in a representation to the Governor.
In the representation, CNSA president Himato Yeptho and general secretary Lipemo M Tsopoe also demanded upgradation of all District Hospitals and community health centers in the State with basic minimum equipments and facilities to cater to the patients arising out of the COVID-19 pandemic.
The CNSA also requested True NAT micro RT PCR equipments in all the District headquarters while processing and installing the BSL labs. It also wanted training and upgrading skill of doctors and laboratory technicians to start immediately in collaboration with reputed medical research centers and Universities in India.
The association further sought formation of anti corruption cell under the governor’s direct supervision in Nagaland, as well as requesting equal distribution of developments in the State of Nagaland.
Stating that it is seeking the Governor’s intervention as the pandemic is not for a period but is likely to be the new normal and the State must be prepared to tackle the challenge in all situation; the CNSA appreciated the Governor’s ideals and principles to make Nagaland a peaceful, developed and corrupt free.
“We will extend our support and cooperation in strengthening your hand for a new Nagaland,” assured the association. (Page News Service)

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