AAPACSU, AYSU hunger strike enters 4th day
NESA appeal to the govt to look in to the matter
The Nyishi Ethnic Students of Arunachal ( NESA) make an appeal to the state government of Arunachal Pradesh regarding the ongoing indefinite hunger strike by the All Arunachal Pradesh Anti-corruption Students Union (AAPACSU ) and All Yobin Students Union ( AYSU ) at Tennis court which have already completed more than 48 hours of hunger strike.
The NESA president, Biri Chattum in his statement said that, we appeal to the state government to look into the matter at the earliest so that no untoward incidents takes place in near future.
As per ground source, no ambulance services is available at the protest place , which may results to sudden death of a protectors, said Chattum.
Till now no legislators, concern MLA of Vijoynagar area or ministers have went to the protest area to take stock of the reason behind the hunger strike and solve the matter through dialogue. In such instance , peace and tranquility of state may break resulting in which many more protestors may join and it may become more serious, Chattum added .
Chattum appeal to the concern MLA of Vijoynagar area and panchayati Raj ministry to solve the matter by dialogue with protestors. The Nyishi Ethnic Students of Arunachal ( NESA ) is supporting both the organization in solidarity, chattum mention in his statement .