DIMAPUR, DECEMBER 6 (MExN): The Darogapathar Village Council (DVC) has expressed shock over a quit notice served to one Fr Jose Chacko, sdb, Rector of Don Bosco Vocational Training Centre, Darogapathar Village Dimapur.
A press note from the DVC informed that the notice was served by the NNC/PRN, directing the Rector to move out from the place on or before December 10.
The DVC said that it “finds no valid and reasonable genuine reasons over the quit notice” and instead questioned how the NNC/PRN “put itself so low on addressing a personal complaint lodged by past diploma students.”
It said that the NNC/PRN should have instead been an “instrumental source to safeguard the institutions which have been providing educational avenues and job oriented trainings to our young Naga populations.”
The DVC informed that the quit notice was served under the letterhead of the ‘Commander in Chief’ (Naga Army). It however questioned the authenticity of the notice “as it bears no name or authority to look into the genuineness of it.”
Condemning the quit notice, the DVC termed it unfortunate that “when the whole people of Nagaland is yearning for a permanent lasting solution and settlement with the GoI and at the same time when people from all walks of life are preparing to celebrate the birth of Jesus Christ, such unexpected and unwarranted notice is served.”
It therefore urged the administration and law enforcing agencies to provide adequate security measures to all institutions “who are selflessly contributing to the welfare and upliftment of our Naga society in particular and the people of Nagaland in general.”