ALSU reiterates demands

ITANAGAR, Dec 3: The Arunachal Law Students’ Union (ALSU) has demanded that the state government repeal the Arunachal Pradesh Unlawful (Prevention) Activities Act.
Reiterating its seven-point demands submitted earlier to the chief minister and the governor, the ALSU in a memorandum on Sunday described the Act as ‘draconian in nature’ and as ‘too harsh a legislation which is bound to be misused by the authority to suppress the fundamental rights of the citizens enshrined in the Constitution.’
Other demands of the union include implementation of the permanent Land Law and Forest Act, reestablishing the state guest house as CM’s Bungalow, implementation of Lokayukta, establishment of a juvenile home, and establishment of an independent high court and CJM and other subordinate courts in each district of the state.