AAPSU, ANSU jointly called capital bandh cancelled; Continue to fight for revamping of APPSC

ITANAGAR, Oct 31:The All Arunachal Pradesh Students’ Union (AAPSU) and All Nyishi Students’ Union (ANSU) call off its 12 hours bandh call which was scheduled on 2 November next.

Talking to media persons in APC, AAPSU general secretary Ritum Tali said that the decision to call off their bandh was taken as the state government had already fulfilled most of its demands.

During the meeting with chief minister Pema Khandu on Monday it was also decided to make the reports of the high level committee and three member committee public, after the completion of inquiry/investigation,  added Tali.

In the meantime, unions also appraised the state government to fill up the various vacant posts of the state by maintaining transparency examinations.

Appreciating the state government for taking swift action on the APPSC fiasco, unions further appealed to the chairman and its board members who voluntarily gave resignations to cooperate with the investigation agency.

“One should not deny or fight back, if he/she is removed from the post, ” Said ANSU president Nabam Dodum. On the other hand AAPSU and ANSU also anticipate the investigating agency would do free and fair investigation to bring justice and we also should have trust in the CBI investigation which is the premier investigating agency of the country. Said Dodum.

We have placed two points which include age relaxation and expansion of investigation of 2017 and 2014 examination also and observed that the person who were called involved in earlier examination has also been suspended. Added Dodum

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