A threatening to restart the distress over three pending issues of Inner Line Permit (ILP), the Meghalaya Residents Safety and Security Act (Amendment Bill) and the Citizenship Amendment Act (CAA) was made by the Confederation of Meghalaya Social Organizations (CoMSO).
The CoMSO leaders said, “We feel it is time we should return to the streets to demand ILP”.
The Meghalaya Residents Safety and Security Act (Amendment Bill) should be sent again to the Governor either by passing an ordinance or on a special session as demanded by the CoMSO to the state government.
The constituent organizations of NESO are free to frame their own trouble scenes, regarding the controversial CAA, said NESO during an online meeting between its members and the constituent students’ organization representing Assam, Meghalaya, Mizoram, Tripura, Arunachal Pradesh, Manipur and Nagaland.
NESO also displayed their distress over the condition spreading out from the border tension between Assam and Mizoram.
NESO said, “NESO demands that talks should be conducted at the chief ministers’ level so as to bring a lasting and permanent solution, thereby ensuring safety to the people living on both sides of the border”.
Both online and offline conduct of examinations are requested by NESO to the government and the educational institute, so that students are not left out.