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DVC condemns quit notice by NNC/PRN

Published on 6 Dec. 2017 11:50 PM IST
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Darogapathar Village Council (DVC) has expressed shock and surprise over a quit notice served to Fr. Jose Chacko sdb, Rector of Don Bosco Vocational Training Centre, Darogapathar Village, Dimapur, by People’s Republic of Nagaland (NNC/PRN), asking him leave the centre on or before December 10. 
In a press release DVC chairman Nungtok Meren Jamir and secretary K. Ado Bizo said that the Council finds no valid, reasonable or genuine reasons for the quit notice. DVC questioned how a revolutionary government, such as the NNC/PRN, could put itself in the low position of addressing personal complaints lodged by the past diploma students. Instead the NNC/PRN should be an instrumental in safeguarding the institutions which provide educational avenues and job oriented trainings to Naga youth, it said.
DVC pointed out, that the authenticity of the quit notice with the letter head of the “Commander-in-Chief” (Naga Army), was also questionable, as it bears neither a name nor a contact number, except for a signature.
 The Council has urged the concerned authorities to look into its genuineness, so that the good stature of the People’s Republic of Nagaland (NNC/PRN) is not tarnished. 
The Council termed the ‘quit notice’ as “very unfortunate and strongly condemnable”, and said that when the people of Nagaland are yearning for a permanent and lasting settlement with the GoI and also when people from all walks of life are preparing to celebrate the birth of Jesus Christ, such an unexpected and unwarranted notice is served.
It further urged and requested the administration and law enforcing agencies to provide adequate security measures to all Institutions who selflessly contribute to the welfare and uplift of Naga society in particular and the people of Nagaland in general.

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