Dimapur, May 14: The Nagaland Tribes Council (NTC) has expressed worry that thousands of stranded persons are coming back to Nagaland after losing jobs, and that Nagaland state has no capacity to accommodate them.
In this regard, the NTC urged the state Government to immediately come up with promising entrepreneur related establishment development programmes in the state taking the example of the current situation so as to shine the State in the field of development and that unemployment problem is solved to maximum extent for a healthier society and state.
The NTC lamented that for the last 57 years State Government has been silent on establishing major companies or at least encourage to come up with the facilities of private/PSU so that own educated youths gets more employment opportunity and that problems at home and in the society is put to rest.
In a press release, NTC president, Toniho Yepthomi and general secretary, Nribem Ngulile thanked the present leadership of the Government for making elaborate arrangements to bring back over 18000 stranded people from various parts of the country.
The first batch from nearby Assam has reached on May 13 and another batch of the stranded people in its 2nd effort from Delhi has also reach Nagaland on May 14.
The NTC also conveyed good wishes to those who chose to remain in their place wherever they are and urged them to try to stay safe until coronavirus problem subsides.
The Council also expressed concerns on stranded people who are patients and had gone for medical treatment, the student an also some of them who are engaged in various private companies. (Page News Service)