Union threatens democratic movements

ITANAGAR, Feb 16: Expressing resentment over the state government’s failure to meet its various demands, the All Kra Daadi District Students’ Union (AKDDSU) has threatened to launch a series of democratic movements after the end of the CBSE examinations.
The union stated in a release that, despite offering assurances, the state government has not yet fulfilled the demands of the union.
“We have waited for more than two months since the first phase of the 12-hour Kra Daadi bandh was observed on 19 December. The chief minister had assured to fulfill the demands during his visit to Tali on 30 October, 2017. But no initiative has been taken by the government so far to fulfill the demands,” the union said.
The AKDDSU’s demands include immediate functioning of the degree college and the district hospital in Palin; two ambulances and one mortuary van for Palin and Tali; and allocation of fund for improvement of the government higher secondary school in Tali and the secondary school in Palin.