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MSAD raises suspicion of nepotism in listing returnees

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New Delhi, May 20:
Shaikhom Chingkheinganba, President Manipur students Association Delhi (MSAD) strongly condemns the manner in which the list of people who are to head back to Manipur on 23rd & 25th of May was created and released. A press release by the students’ body alleged that there is no transparency in the selection process and appealed to the concerned authority to not create confusion among the stranded people who are currently in Delhi and to adopt a clear strategy.
The release further questioned in what basis the list has been created?, further stating that office bearers of the students’ body encountered the stranded people including patients and found that they have not been given priority.  Also, the lists has not been created in first come first serve basis raising suspicion of nepotism and that the relatives of those who are in power have been chosen without due deliberation.
The statement further demanded a list including the serial number reflecting the order in which people have submitted their details at tengbang website as well as an immediate clarification .Keeping in view of the current situation which seems to worsen as day passes, the release ask the authority to be more responsible and sensible and refrain from adopting controversial and inconsistent means.

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