NCSU says no piecemeal payment

Dimapur, Nov 26 (MExN): Giving a red signal to the government that it is serious about its ongoing agitation, the Nagaland Contractors and Suppliers Union (NCSU), after declaring that the second phase of their agitation will be in the form of a car procession, today reiterated its demands and said that the proposed car rally will start from 10 O’clock in the morning on November 29.

A press release issued in this regard by Ntsenthung Tungu, Vice-President, and John Kath, Secretary of the NCSU, directed all NCSU registered members to assemble at the MLA junction at the said timing with their vehicles without fail. The release warned members that stern action would be initiated against those failing to comply with the NCSU directive. The NCSU, however, appealed to the general public to co-operate and bear with the inconvenience that may arise due to their ongoing agitation

The release further reiterated NCSU’s earlier resolution passed at the union’s emergency meeting held on November 24 last where the union had resolved to demand total release of all pending liabilities which amounts to some Rs 10 crore.

Giving a strong message to the government that the contractors want full payment, the release stated that the NCSU would not accept any piecemeal payment and would continue with the phase-wise agitation till their demand is fulfilled by the government, the release added.