3rd May 2018 10:05:PM State
Eastern Sentinel Arunachal News

ITANAGAR, May 3:The All Arunachal Pradesh Students’ Union (AAPSU) taking cognizance of the rally organised by All Arunachal Pradesh Anti-Corruption Students’ Union raising issues of Yobins of Arunachal Pradesh condemned them for misguiding and misleading. The AAPSU stated that the matter is under the purview of the Central government and it has not specifically categorized the status for the Yobins of Arunachal Pradesh.

Citing that when there is no corruption involved why such organisation is taking up the matter, the AAPSU opined that in a sensitive state where the indigenous people has been raising voice about the refugee issue, illegal migrants, displaced people raising such sensitive issue without consultation of the stakeholders is not acceptable. ‘Yobin students delegation on many occasion had called upon the AAPSU President requesting for recognition which was under consideration,’ reads a release sent by deputy spokesperson Nepha Wangsa this evening.

The AAPSU has also appealed the state government for blanket ban on all non-social sanctioned organisations who are formed at the behest of few individuals. The union also stated that  situation has become more complex with a emerging new trend of refugees, illegal migrants, and unrecognised groups residing in the state emboldened by laxity on part of the district administration in carrying out such protest.

In a sensitive State like ours, this trend would encourage other non-social sanctioned organisation as well as unrecognised groups to launched democratic movements which will have negative impact and unhealthy practise in the state.

Meanwhile, the Union has welcomed the government move for promotion of Sub-Inspector to Inspector rank based on the 80:20 ratio and appealed for further listing out of the remaining post likewise. 

Kenter Joya Riba

(Managing Editor)
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