Morung Express news
Tuensang | 29 october
On October 29, Chang Khulei Setshang (CKS) called an emergency meeting at CKS Hall Tuensang during which he decided to initiate a total bandh in Chang’s jurisdiction from November 1.
The emergency meeting attended by all organs of the Chang summit was called after the expiration of the 30-day ultimatum issued by the CKS to the state government.
On September 28, 2021, the CKS demanded the transfer of all DDOs and records from government establishments regarding the villages of C / Saddle, New Chingmei, Chingmei, Waoshu, Yimpang and Taknyu from Noklak to the Tuensang district administration in the 30 days.
CKS Chairman Nungsanglemba Chang said that on July 30, 2020, the state government issued a notification clearly stating that during the interim period, six villages in Chingmei, including the EAC headquarters in Chingmei, would fall under administratively from the district of Tuensang. However, even after a year, the notification has not been implemented, the CKS chairman said, expressing disappointment at the government’s inaction.
In this regard, the 30-day ultimatum was served on the government on September 28 to implement it, he said.
However, even after the deadline ended on October 28, the CKS received no verbal or written response from the government, Chang added.
Expressing his disappointment, the CKS chairman said that if the government does not respond within three days, before November 1, a full bandh will be launched in Chang’s jurisdiction.