ANSAM sticks to hill dist venue stand
Source: The Sangai Express

Dimapur, July 27 (NNN): The All Naga Students� Association, Manipur (ANSAM) is yet to react officially to the Guwahati High Court�s order to ban the economic blockade.

However, ANSAM spokesman Ngachonmi Chamroy expressed unhappiness against some organisations based in Manipur for �lacking understanding of the problems�.

Talking to Newmai News Network soon after learning the High Court�s order, the spokesman said �it is very unfortunate that some valley based NGOs are only concerned about the effect of the economic blockade while choosing to stay insensitive to the crux of the problem�.

Chamroy, however appreciated some valley based social organisations for �realising the reality�.

Elaborating his point, Chamroy said �some sections/NGOs of the Meitei community have realised the futility of imposing the concept of Manipur territorial integrity on the Nagas but while some of them are appealing to ANSAM to talk with the State Government, they are, in the same breathe pressurising the Manipur Govt not to revoke the June-18 declaration as State holiday�.

Earlier in the day, ANSAM held an emergency meeting at Senapati on the prevailing situation.