NNQF condemns Govt’s treatment of ANCSU officials and students


Dimapur, June 6: The Nagaland NET Qualified Forum (NNQF) expressed their disappointment at the actions of the government towards the students and condemned the arrest of the ANCSU president and his colleagues on June 4.
The claim of the authorities that the students were “peacefully dispersed” while using force is deplorable. The NNQF also found the statement by DNSU shocking at a time when they should actively be supporting ANCSU.
While expressing relief at the release of the ANCSU President and his colleagues, the NNQF extended its solidarity to the continuing hunger strike with all their demands.
The NNQF has also appealed for the advertisement of the 68 (now 110) Assistant Professor and Librarian posts since September 2018 to which no action has been taken by the authorities. The ANCSU’s indefinite hunger strike accommodating the advertisement of the 110 Assistant Professor and Librarian posts through NPSC as one of its charter of demands hopes to find immediate response, it said.
Expressing faith in the Judiciary, the NNQF has taken the case of the alleged backdoor/illegal appointments in the Higher Education to court.
The NNQF also urged the public not to turn a blind eye to any fight against corruption and appealed to the Naga intellectuals, activists, churches, artists, leaders and the public to come together to voice out and fight corruption in any way they can.
(Page News Service)