First ever student manifesto for NE students launched

First ever student manifesto for NE students launched

Submitted by alvin on Fri, 2016-09-09 12:05 New Delhi: Delhi is a melting pot of various cultures with over 200,000 people from the northeast, staying in the capital, in search for better education and opportunities, bringing their own culture to the city. However, at the same time, crime rate is alarmingly increasing in the past few years. After having wide consultations with the Northeast students of Delhi University (DU) in order to recognize the situation and their concerns, a 'Special Manifesto' for Northeast Indian students in DU by National Student Union, India (NSUI) has been launched during NE Convention cum Cultural Extravaganza event at Mavalankar hall in New Delhi. The manifesto will serve as a tool to incorporate better facilities and safeguard the judicial rights of every citizens of Northeast India particularly students in DU. The event was organized by North East Student Society, Delhi University (NESSDU) in collaboration with NSUI. "I would like you all to know that, NEESDU does not endorse any political party for future and for individual gains. The Society (NESSDU) is for the welfare of the northeast students and therefore, does not affiliated to any political party in particular. We will work closely with any political party that takes keen interest for the welfare of the NE people. NESSDU is always open for transparency and a constructive dialogue," said Thang Lenmang Doungel, President, NESSDU. The manifesto ensures and assures that more hostels will be up and running for the students of north eastern states, also a cultural centre to nurture the cultures and propagate awareness about the myriad of northeast cultures, and more administrative and financial power to Nodal officers