Nagaland students send a million emails in protest to the chief minister and officials
Dimapur: The digital protest called by the All Nagaland Students Union demanding the state government to set up an enquiry commission to probe the utilisation of funds at the Khelhoshe Polythenic Atoizu, Zunheboto (AICTE-NEQIP fund), entered the third day.
The students union on Friday, claimed that "The union on the third day of its protest has sent over one million emails to top government functionaries. Along with the emails, the union also made multiple calls to the chief ministers' office, chief secretary and other government functionaries."
The press release further read, "during the initial calls of the day, students were responded with, "file is under process", "kindly enquire from the directorate of technical education" and later, some numbers were unreachable." The ANCSU further expressed their anguish by stating "The state government has deliberately ignored the voice of the students' community, the ANCSU will intensify its ongoing protest with immediate effect along with the ongoing protest.
Earlier on Thursday the ANCSU through a press release stated "The All Nagaland College Students' Union (ANCSU) is pleased to announce that the first phase of 'Digital Protest' is successfully carried out with the active participation of all the college fraternity." The union also appreciated and thanked all the participants and the well-wishers for supporting the protest.