AZSU 48 hour bandh

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    IMPHAL April 13: The All Zeliangrong Students’ Union (AZSU), Assam ,Manipur and Nagaland in order to pressurize the government of India to meet certain demands of the Zeliangrong people has imposed a 48 hour bandh in the state.The bandh will commence from midnight of April 17 till April 19 midnight.
    A press release by AZSU general secretary Nchaheng Kompong states that the AZSU and the Zeliangrong public are staunch supporters of the Indo Naga peace process, because the solution to bring about a peaceful atmosphere for the state lies on the outcome of the talks.
    AZSU will not allow any organization including the Army and other paramilitary forces to disrupt the hard earned Indo Naga peace process, it states.
    The reason for supporting the talks is that thousands of innocent Nagas have been slaughtered during the last 60 years of fighting, many women have been violated and maimed, but the warring Naga revolutionary groups have now have entered a ceasefire with the government and there has been peace in the  Naga areas. AZSU and Zeliangrong people will oppose any form of disruption to the peace talks including those perpetrated by the Army and the 11 Assam Rifles, it states.
    Further, the AZSU charged one colonel of the 11 AR for having failed to whip up support from the Zeliangrong public.

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