The leaders of the All Assam Students' Union (AASU) here demand proper inquiry into the whole incident and that the report should be made public.
They also demanded to turn the Duliajan administrative office of the company into a full-fledged corporate office.
President of All Moran Students’ Union Birinchi Moran, expressed deep anguish over the incident saying the headquarters of public sector companies such as the OIL and ONGC should be shifted to Assam.
Duliajan regional unit of the AASU says normal functioning of the office has been severely hampered due to the sealing.
In a statement, Anil Gogoi and Mahendra Dutta both president and general secretary urge OIL authorities to ensure that important documents are not lost or damaged as a result of the sealing.
A day after the New Delhi-based corporate office of the Oil India Limited was sealed by Municipal Corporation of Delhi (MCD) officials on Friday, reactions have started pouring in, specially with the AASU flaying the OIL higher-ups, particularly CMD, for the whole incident.
Notably, the OIL, which houses in a rented premises at 5 Sikander Road in New Delhi, was sealed on Friday by the MCD.
This, it may be added, was done in conformity with the Supreme Court ruling in which the apex court had asked the MCD to seal all commercial establishments located in residential areas of the national capital.