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NSF warns School Education dept

By Correspondent

DIMAPUR, April 1 � The Naga Students Federation (NSF) has warned the Nagaland School Education department not to misinterpret the temporary suspension of its agitation and that it would be compelled to resume the agitation if the government fails to implement its given assurance.

Reacting to the statement of Minister of School Education Nyeiwang Konyak made during the recently concluded State Assembly session that the NSF was unaware of the action taken by the government with regard to the mess in the Education department, NSF President Kelhouneizo Yhome and Secretary Education Chipakhuyi Rhakho referred to the Federation�s five-point charter of demands and the final stance submitted to the government.

The NSF alleged that more than three years has elapsed since the Federation has been pursuing the scam to bring it to a close. The NSF is prepared and open for discussion on the mess in the Education department, they added.

Going on to state that it is aware of the misappropriation/misconduct even in the implementation of flagship programmes such as SSA and RMSA in the State, the NSF officials said the Minister or any concerned officer should not take for granted the Federation�s patience.

On the matter of only 580 bogus teachers being terminated from service till date, the NSF questioned why termination letter cannot be issued by the Department to the remaining teachers. It opposed the idea of issuing show-cause notices to those teachers who were detected as entering into service through �irregular means�, and added �detection of such �illegal means� was strong enough to immediately terminate their service.

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NSF warns School Education dept

DIMAPUR, April 1 � The Naga Students Federation (NSF) has warned the Nagaland School Education department not to misinterpret the temporary suspension of its agitation and that it would be compelled to resume the agitation if the government fails to implement its given assurance.

Reacting to the statement of Minister of School Education Nyeiwang Konyak made during the recently concluded State Assembly session that the NSF was unaware of the action taken by the government with regard to the mess in the Education department, NSF President Kelhouneizo Yhome and Secretary Education Chipakhuyi Rhakho referred to the Federation�s five-point charter of demands and the final stance submitted to the government.

The NSF alleged that more than three years has elapsed since the Federation has been pursuing the scam to bring it to a close. The NSF is prepared and open for discussion on the mess in the Education department, they added.

Going on to state that it is aware of the misappropriation/misconduct even in the implementation of flagship programmes such as SSA and RMSA in the State, the NSF officials said the Minister or any concerned officer should not take for granted the Federation�s patience.

On the matter of only 580 bogus teachers being terminated from service till date, the NSF questioned why termination letter cannot be issued by the Department to the remaining teachers. It opposed the idea of issuing show-cause notices to those teachers who were detected as entering into service through �irregular means�, and added �detection of such �illegal means� was strong enough to immediately terminate their service.