The Dimapur Naga Students’ Union (DNSU) has threatened to block all trains passing through Dimapur Railway Station in Nagaland.
The DNSU threatened to block trains passing through Dimapur Railway Station if the Northeast Frontier Railways (NFR) do not withdraw its decision to run the Nagaland Express train up to Ledo in Assam and terminate there.
Until now, the Nagaland Express used to terminate at Dimapur Railway Station.
The DNSU said that this decision of the NF Railways will not only affect the regular passengers, but also the students who move to and fro Dimapur.
“This hasty and drastic decision of the NFR would specially affect the students in particular and the people of the State in general, who cannot afford air services and have to depend on trains for transportation,” said DNSU President Sedevilie Angami.
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The DNSU has threatened to block all trains passing through Dimapur, if the NF Railways do not overturn its decision and run the Nagaland Express train up to Dimapur.
“We will be forced to block all trains passing through Dimapur Railway Station,” said DNSU President Sedevilie Angami.
“This ignorant decision of the NFR is unfair and discriminatory,” Angami added.