Ink Indo-China water treaty, amend Act 1986: AAPSU

ITANAGAR, Dec 30: Demand for rigorous persuasion with GoI on India-China water treaty in collaboration with GoAP relating to Arunachal Pradesh rivers originating from China/Tibet and amendment of Arunachal Pradesh Act 1986 under Article 371 (H) were among important resolutions adopted during three-day federal assembly All Arunachal Pradesh Students’ Union (AAPSU).

Chaired by federal speaker Danghi Mangam, the session which concluded at Tezu on Saturday adopted resolutions including:

Education:   Demand for transfer and posting of regular principals, head masters, subject teachers as per survey reported by respective DSUs; immediate recruitment of teachers which were created/sanctioned in state assembly; proper demarcation of boundary for all Govt educational institutions, like schools, colleges, universities etc; creation of commerce, science & humanity streams as required in various institutions; immediate posting of teaching faculties to various colleges and universities as grievances placed by respective DSUs; immediate infrastructure development of Pasighat Arunachal University (AU); immediate appointment and posting of regular administrative officers, like regular registrar, controller of examination and other subordinate officers etc in RGU and AU by posting of vice chancellor & registrar; creation of more departments, increase the intake capacity of various departments and pressure to make RGU fully residential; independent state project director (SPD) for effective implementation of schemes under integrated scheme for school education (ISSE); blacklist fake colleges those on priority list of higher education technical education directorate & strong persuasion for renaming Jote Law College as Jarbom Gamlin Law College of Arunachal Pradesh.

Highway:  Monitoring and interference for timely completion of highway as per guidelines of the MoRTH; continuation of Capital four lane issue from Chandranagar to Papu Nallah within 10 days from December 29 & continuation of eviction drive as per NH prescribed norms of 30 metres RoW.

Refugee and boundary:  Demand for creation of separate department for strict vigilance and monitoring of refugee affairs; enactment of permanent land law for Arunachal Pradesh; representation to GoAP for strict monitoring of Infiltration at Dirak check gate of Namsai district; police station at all controversial places that share boundary with Assam; refugee issue of Tawang and Bomdila be vigorously pursued by AAPSU for cancellation of APST certificates, jobs etc obtained by refugees; immediate establishment of paramilitary force camp at Khatan village under Lohit district to check and minimise the illegal activities of underground, Chakma & Hajong extremist elements; persuasion for amicable solution for controversial boundary issue of Dolumukh area under Kamle district and Kanubari & Hasse Russa areas in Longding district under AAPSU banner.

The Federal Assembly sessions were attended by all student leaders representing district students’ unions, branch students’ unions, Rajiv Gandhi University Students’ Union, Arunachal Law Students’ Union, North East Students’ Union, Arunachal Students’ Union of Delhi, Arunachal Students’ Union of Shillong and other affiliated unions of AAPSU.

However, private member’s resolution adopted included:  Demand for unconditional disposal of all the AAPSU activist pending cases; amendment of State of Arunachal Pradesh Act 1986 under Article 371 (H) which contains provision against democratic norms and constitutional principles for the people of Arunachal Pradesh. The AAPSU resolved to vigorous pursue for additional insertion of constitutional provisions for protection of state people, like absolute ownership of land, rivers, natural resources-forest, minerals etc and opposed granting of PRC to non-tribal, non-native peoples living in the state.

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