He said above in a thanks giving press release he sent.
We thank all those who observed several features such as patience and tolerance regarding matters relevant to May 18th , the Genocide day. We thank with all our heart, the CM who made the Genocide Resolution in the NPC.
We see the rising up of the students as reflecting our Leaders thinking, “Form of the struggle may change but the ideal of the struggle will never change” and thank them for accommodating our requests as much as possible.
A lighted match can light a lamp or put a house on fire. All know who attempted to execute the second feature.
We again reiterate our request that the future commemoration be handed over to a committee of religious priests. We are endeavoring to coordinate all factions toward this end and we consider the contributions of the Northern and Eastern University Communities in this to be most essential. We expect that no involvement of the students being hindrance to their education. We expect the cooperation of all in this matter, he said in the release.