The Synjuk ki Nongsynshar Shnong ka Bri U Hynniewtrep today informed that they have constituted a Core Committee to discuss on the implementation of roster system and reservation policy.
This decision came after the Synjuk held a meeting where almost 45-50 headmen from different localities came to part in the meeting.
The 11 (eleven) members Core Committee will be headed by secretary of the Synjuk, R.L Blah as chairman and this committee is tasked to study more on the implementation of roster system and on the reservation policy.
Speaking to media persons, R.L Blah said that the core committee of the Synjuk was formed as the state government had fixed a meeting with all traditional heads on the 26th May to deliberate on the implementation of roster system.
“We have seen in various media reports that the chief minister had fixed 26th May as the day for a meeting with all traditional heads to deliberate on the roster system, hence from the Synjuk we had formed the core committee to seek more clarity from the state government on it” said Blah.
Blah said that though, the chief minister had stressed to have a meeting with all traditional heads, yet the Synjuk doubted as recently the state government had constituted a committee headed by minister of health and family welfare Ampareen Lyngdoh to address concerns over the roster of the job reservation policy in the state