AAPSU expresses support to RGU on encroachment issue

ITANAGAR, Nov 6: The All Arunachal Pradesh Students’ Union (AAPSU) said it has taken serious note of the reported encroachment and disappearance of land allotted to Rajiv Gandhi University (RGU).
This daily had on 28 October carried a news item based on revelation made by the RGU vice chancellor (VC) that about 64 acres of land which had been allotted for establishment of the university in 1986 had gone missing.
The revelation had emerged during an interactive session between VC Prof Saket Kushwaha and media persons.
“Such issues are creating a negative impact on the overall growth and development of the university,” the AAPSU said in a press statement.
Terming the matter very serious, the union appealed to the land donors to cooperate with the university’s administration in bringing an amicable solution to the boundary issue.
Assuring to stand by the authority on such issues, the AAPSU urged the state government and the indigenous people to take such issues seriously, so that such activities can be checked in future.