Mokokchung, 26 February (MTNews): Following the recent controversy over a statement made by Dr Kekhrielhoulie Yhome, Advisor of School Education and SCERT, on 6 February, in which he mentioned a ten-year ban on recruiting Ao and Sumi tribe members as government school primary teachers and on a statement of his “Issued in the Interest of Public Safety” on 16 February, the Advisor acknowledged that he had “deeply hurt the sentiments” of the two communities and tendered his “sincere apology.”

This apology comes after the apex student bodies of the two communities – AKM and SKK – proposed an indefinite shutdown of government institutions, schools, and colleges under Mokokchung and Zunheboto districts starting 27 February demanding the Advisor to retract his statement.

However, following the apology that was tendered, the student bodies have nullified the proposed shutdown and said the institutions shall operate without any disruptions. They also stated that they appreciate his gesture of apology and acknowledge the importance of maintaining dialogue and constructive engagement.

The advisor, in his statement, has also clarified that he had “no intention to deprive any deserving aspirant” and earnestly appealed for “goodwill and understanding.”

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