Dibrugarh, March 30: The Sadou Asom Nibanuwa Parishad (SANP) submitted a memorandum stating five demands to Chief Minister Sarbanda Sonowal as a reaction to the abrupt termition of the services of the telecom operator Aircel, on Thursday. In its press communiqué, general secretary of SANP, vajyoti Neog stated that the Aircel company, by termiting its operations suddenly without any prior information, had caused much inconvenience and panic to the subscribers, employees and distributors of the telecom operator. It was also informed through the press release that the company had taken deposit money from many locals in the me of distributorship business, and now, with the company gone, hundreds of such distributors were in an unfortute situation.
Accusing the State government of not taking appropriate steps towards holding the company accountable even after a month of its termition, the members of SANP put forward five demands, and asked the government to address them in the next seven days. It was also mentioned in the memorandum, which was submitted to the Chief Minister through the DC, that if the government failed to take befitting action within the prescribed time limit, SANP would be compelled to resort to constitutiol means of agitation on behalf of the public and unemployed youth of the State.