KAAC receives two-point charter of demands from National Science Foundation


On Monday, a joint delegation of the Naga Students Federation (NSF) and Dimapur Naga Students’ Union (DNSU) met with the Karbi Students Association (KSA) and Karbi Anglong Autonomous Council (KAAC) chief executive member at the latter’s official residence in Diphu, following the eviction drive near the Nagaland-Assam border area on Sunday.

NSF president Kegwayhun Tep said in a video statement that the NSF and DNSU delegation conducted a spot verification on January 31 at Balijan ‘C’ Khel, after which they met with the KSA and CEM and submitted a two-point charter of demands.

The demands, according to Tep, include compensating the affected families and allowing them to return to their rightful homes without further disruption.

They also asked KAAC to ensure that Nagas living in the jurisdiction’s border areas were not threatened and that their livelihoods were restored.

Despite the fact that the meeting was ineffective, Tep stated that the chief executive member assured them that the eviction would be postponed for a while.

Furthermore, NSF and DNSU vehemently condemned the incident during the KAAC’s eviction drive, which resulted in the destruction of two churches and 23 homes, displacing many families.

Tep said they found out about it when the NSF and DNSU delegation conducted a spot check shortly after the eviction drive on Sunday.

The NSF and DNSU urged churches, particularly those based in Dimapur, to step forward and help the affected families. They also urged the Nagas, particularly those living near the border, to maintain peace and tranquilly.

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