ANSU served an ultimatum of 7 days to the government or Move ahead with the 36 hour Bandh Call
By Jon Pebi Tato
ITANAGAR: The office of All Nyishi Student's Union (ANSU) held a meeting wherein the decision to move ahead with the 36-hour bandh call was agreed upon if the state government fails to address their demands.
The union served seven (7) days of Ultimatum to the government to re-address and resolve the awaited issue that the ANSU had taken up since fortnight and more.
The 12-hour bandh call by ANSU in the Itanagar Capital Region on 23rd of November 2021, had two demands viz: (1)Immediate Transfer of Present Commissioner (Education), Niharika Rai from the State and (2)Immediate dropping of the criminal case against the Team ANSU.
The demands are yet to be resolved in totality, henceforth the ANSU on its minutes of meeting decided to serve seven days of ultimatum to the state government, wherein they ought to address the issue which has the potential to ignite another bandh if they are not resolved.
"I personally don't support the bandh culture, but tell me the right option to resolve the conflict of interest between us and the government, I feel I have taken the right option to demand for our issue"__stated Nabam Dodum President, ANSU on the SPACE Live press briefing.
The next bandh call of 36 hours, has been proposed to be on the 6th of December 2021.
"I don't have any personal grudges with Pema Khandu, Taba Tedir, or Bamang Felix, but then the issue has to be addressed" stated Dodum.
Dodum has sought for fruitful service to the welfare of students under his tenure and expressed that,"It is because of the people ANSU exists and ANSU shall keep no stone unturned to address for its people"