The cabinet Sub-Committee has appealed the Eastern Naga Students Federation (ENSF) to withdraw its agitation.
On Thursday, the ENSF’s second phase agitation entered fourth day.
The Sub-committee urged that the Government be allowed to decide the issues raised by the federation based on its findings in the larger public interest.
The sub-committee held its first meeting on Thursday to examine the demands and grievances of the ENSF regarding the Nagaland Staff Selection Board.
Nagaland deputy Chief Minister Y Patton chaired the meeting and was attended by all the members of the committee.
The committee discussed and deliberated on all the six-point charter of demands submitted by ENSF in regards to the NSSB.
It decided to expedite its report and submit its recommendations to the Cabinet latest by December 31.
However, the Eastern Naga Students Federation expressed disappointment over cancellation of their meeting with the Cabinet sub-committee.
“This shows how the government does not want to address the demands,” the Eastern Naga Students Federation said.
The ENSF further informed that its indefinite agitation will continue in entire eastern Nagaland jurisdiction until their demands are fulfilled.
The Eastern Naga Students Federation said that the third phase of its agitation will begin with locking down of district administration offices in all the five districts of eastern Nagaland.
It added that complete restriction on all government activities and others will remain as before.