Army orders 'court of inquiry' on death of common people in Nagaland

Today on Sunday, the Army has issued a 'Court of Inquiry' order in the case of the death of several civilians during an anti-insurgency operation in Mon district of Nagaland. In fact, while giving information in Kohima, the capital of Nagaland, the police said, 'At least 11 civilians were killed in the alleged firing by security forces and it is investigating to find out whether it is due to misidentification. There is a related incident.

Military officials also said that the operation was carried out on the basis of reliable intelligence inputs about possible activities of militants in the Mon district bordering Myanmar. The Army also said in a statement, "It is very regrettable that this incident and what happened thereafter. The cause of this unfortunate incident of death is being investigated at the highest level through the Court of Inquiry and appropriate action will be taken as per law. ''

It has been said that security personnel were seriously injured in the operation and one soldier was killed. Official sources said that Defence Minister Rajnath Singh and Army Chief General M M Narawane have been informed about the incident.

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