ENSF urges Govt to continue relief services to Eastern Nagaland

ENSF urges Govt to continue relief services to Eastern Nagaland

Dimapur, August 29: The Eastern Naga Students’ Federation (ENSF) has appealed to the Government of Nagaland to continue with relief services to Eastern Nagaland as some districts, towns and villages are still facing scarcity of commodities after massive landslides cut them off from the rest of the State.
While applauding the efforts of the Government to bring the situation to normal, the ENSF reminded that Eastern Nagaland being the worst hit zone in the State, the situation still remain pathetic and rescue operations should continue to aid the totally cut off places from the rest of the State.
The federation also felt that airlifting of commodities especially in Kiphire, Tobu and other part should continue until the situation becomes normal.
In a release, ENSF said students are the most affected with many students facing untold hardship in their daily activities.
Many students are unable to return to their institutions because of roads being cut off and suspension of public services and transport.
The federation also appealed to the Government to provide better roads and infrastructures, while also lamenting that whenever any repairing are done, the concerned contractors and department just applies lip stick coating and draw bills without taking people’s voices into consideration. “And all this are done under the shelter of the politicians,” it claimed.
The release also informed that a bridge at river Choklo under Thonoknyu sub division connecting many villages had been totally washed away. (Page News Service)