Tuensang, May 9 (MExN): With the deadline of its 30-day ultimatum to the State Council for Educational Research and Training (SCERT) expiring on May 10, the Confederation of Chang Students’ Union (CCSU) today stated that it is constraint to take its own course of action. In a press note, the confederation affirmed its stand and said that the “concern department will be solely held responsible for any further complications or grievances that may occur out of its agitated state.”
The CCSU had served the ultimatum to SCERT for immediate “implementation and relocation” of entire DIET, Tuensang. “However, there is no positive response from the department concerned thus far,” stated the press note issued by CCSU vice president, Kelep and assistant general secretary, S Nayang.
The Confederation further claimed that some vested individuals through political motivation are jeopardizing the already approved work by the Union Ministry, for monetary gain. It alleged that the department failed to adhere to the official procedure in identifying the requisite plot of land and execution of work order and its implementation. It noted that more than five years has lapsed since the Central government approved the work.