Nagaland doctors’ controversy: Angami students will not cooperate with NSF.

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Kohima: Angami Students Union (ASU), angry over the Naga Students Federation’s (NSF) “biased” stance on the retirement age of medical doctors in Nagaland, said it would cooperate with the existing NSF team so far. She will not do it unless they are convinced of her faith. Restored in the federation.

ASU President Bisevi Nakhro and General Secretary Mhalevilie Meadows said that the retirement age of medical doctors is unique compared to other services. With the announcement of the Prime Minister on May 26, 2016, increasing the retirement age of medical doctors, followed by Cabinet approval on September 27, 2017, and amendment to the Basic Rules (Second Amendment) on August 11, 2018, the rest of the ASU He said that age retention has been introduced for medical doctors in the states.
In this regard, ASU had explicitly urged the NSF during the 2nd NSF Federal Assembly to consider the need for more medical doctors to facilitate the required number of doctors and to assist in the early opening of medical colleges in Nagaland. And consider it.

Following the recent meeting, the NSF informed that the House has decided to maintain the status quo till a comprehensive review of the current retirement policy governing state government employees.

Recalling the meeting, ASU said that despite its strong appeal, the NSF had “taken a clear and unequivocal decision by remaining silent on the Naga doctors of other Naga native states who are already taking advantage of Omar’s retirement”. But the states are opposed to the same expansion for Nagaland. ”

In this regard, he said, “We see no logic as to why the NSF is silent when other Naga states under the umbrella of the NSF have implemented and benefited from the retirement of the said age.”
It said that the partial position of the NSF has put Nagaland doctors in Nagaland in direct danger, on which the ASU cannot remain an observer but to ensure the establishment of a neutral position for Nagaland doctors. Will be.

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