NESO demanded from the Central Govt for  implementation of ILP in remaining state of NE

Shillong, Nov 26: The 6th General Conference of the North East Students’ Organisation (NESO) held at Khumulwng, Tripura from the 24th to 26th November 2022, hosted by Tripura Students’ Union (TSF) held panel discussion on the issue of the effects of Illegal Immigration, Scenario of Education in different states of North-East and Employment and  Economic Development in North-East.

In the meeting MESO unanimously passed and adopted the following Resolutions,  on Illegal Immigration, The General Conference is of the unanimous opinion that the issue of illegal infiltration of foreigners has been and is still a very serious threat to the identity and security of the indigenous peoples of the region.

Even though, the NESO and the constituent organisations have taken this very vital issue, the General Conference has decided that more proactive steps need to be taken up by NESO in general and member organisations in particular on a war footing.

The General Conference has also decided to explore all possibilities to fight against this menace and also to keep on taking up this issue with the concerned state governments at the state or at the Central level and to work out modalities according to the prevailing situation of the concerned state.

On Education in different States of North-East: The General Conference has also deliberated at length with regard to the issue of the Education in the different states of North East. The General Conference is of the opinion that the present system is predominantly of the formal form of education.

Even though the house recognized the importance of formal education, but also resolved that the present system education should also include and introduce more importantly job-oriented courses.

The need of  introduction of vocational institutes, education should be location specific and the curriculum should include the traditional values like culture, history, geography etc.To set up more professional and technical institutes in all states of North Eastern States.

On Employment & Economic Development in North-East: The NESO strongly urge the Government of India to make North-East a Special Employment Zone, set up Regional Placement/ Employment Exchange in the North-East with its networking covering the whole of the North-East.

The recruitment of local youth in Central Government Establishment be reviewed and in that they should cent per cent employment in which ever State such an establishment is set up, i.e.; not only in Grade III and IV but also maximum absorption in Grades I and II. North East should be treated as special economic zone.

Special Constitutional Safeguard for Tripura; The House also unanimously adopted a resolution to demand for a Special Constitutional safeguard for Tripura with vast federal authority. NESO and the people of North-East will be always stand shoulder to shoulder with the indigenous people of Tripura to protect and uplift their identity, culture with rights over land and natural resources.

Apart from these issues the General Conference also reiterate its stand on many important issues. NESO demand Implementation of Inner Line Permit (ILP) in all the remaining States of North East.

To conduct NRC in all the other remaining States of North-East with a specific cut off year according to the unique situation of that particular State. As the published updated NRC of Assam is not fully correct. There should be Reexamination of the whole process of NRC of Assam.

To implement all provisions of the Assam Accord (1985) and for the implementation of the recommendation of the Committee on Clause 6 of the Assam Accord for Constitutional Safeguard.

Repeal of the impunitive legislation like AFSPA. e) Opposition and demand for repeal of Citizenship Amendment Act (CAA) 2019. f) Special Constitutional Status with rights over land and natural resources and separate time zone for NE..

To declare flood and erosion of NE as a National Problem Settling of Inter-State Boundary, NESO demanded for  Inclusion of the Kok Borok, Khasi and Garo language in the 8th Schedule of the Constitution.

The General Council also nominate the office Bearers for the term 2022 – 2025 who are as follows: Chief Advisor – Dr. Samujjal Bhattacharjya Advisor – Upendra Debbarma Advisor – Sinam Prakash Singh Chairman – Samuel B. Jyrwa Vice – Chairman – Dipanka Kr Nath Vice – Chairman – Ricky Lalbiakmawia Secretary General – Mutsikhoyo Yhobo Asst. Secretary General.

Mr.  Manseng A. Sangma Asst. Secretary General – Wangjam Sanatomba Meitei Finance Secretary – John Debbarma Coordinators – Sanker Jyoti Baruah – Daniel Khyriem – Ejanthag Ngullie – Prikeshwar Moirangthem – Lalremruata Hlondo – Bikash Debbarma (Samuel B. Jyrwa) (Sinam Prakash Singh) Chairman, NESO Secretary General, NESO

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