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Guv urged to intervene in Mizo students’ problems

Aizawl: Mizo Students Union (MSU) leaders on Monday appealed to state Governor Hari Babu Kambhampati to intervene in serious problems being faced by students from Mizoram in the Central Agriculture University in Imphal.

The MSU leaders led by Samuel Zothanpuia met Kambhampati at Aizawl Raj Bhavan and apprised the latter about the plight of the students from Mizoram currently studying at CAU, Imphal due to the ongoing ethnic violence in Manipur.

They informed the governor that of 39 students from Mizoram, 12 are in their final year while the rest 28 students are required to submit their admission documents in hard copies to the CAU Imphal before Wednesday.

At the same time, these 28 students will have to face their examinations shortly, the student leaders said. 

The MSU leaders said that Imphal may not be safe for these students due to the ongoing violence raging in Manipur and especially for Mizos to enter the Imphal valley again. 

They requested the Governor to intervene in this matter so that the authorities of CAU, Imphal will make alternative arrangements. 

Meanwhile, there are around 70 medical students from Mizoram resuming their studies at the Regional Institute of Medical Sciences (RIMS) in Imphal at present, while a number of them have returned to Mizoram in view of the volatile situation during mid-July. 

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