ANSAM appeals for helping stranded state natives

SENAPATI, 14th Apr: All Naga Students' Association, Manipur (ANSAM) has urged "tribe councils, parliamentarians, legislators, representatives, bureaucrats, entrepreneurs" and others to render their services towards "fellowmen" who are stranded in various parts of the country due to the lockdown. The Naga student body also reminded "our leaders of various bodies of different communities in different places to coordinate amongst ourselves" in this regard.
ANSAM then said that "our students and fellow men" who are staying in various places outside Manipur state have gone through multiple difficulties during the national lockdown period starting from March 21 to till date. "And, as we foresee more volatile situation in the coming days due to extension of the same up to May 3, ANSAM humbly urges all to kindly render possible help and grant condescending treatment towards our fellowmen stranded in various cities across India", the Naga student body added. 

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