Nagaland: 11 civilians killed, Amit Shah made big announcement
Nagaland: 11 civilians killed, Amit Shah made big announcement

In India, 11 people were reported killed in an alleged firing by security forces in the Mon district of the northeastern state of Nagaland last Saturday evening. After all this, the atmosphere in the area has become tense. The incident is said to be from Oting village in Mon district. According to reports, security forces allegedly opened fire and killed 11 civilians on suspicion of being militants here. Nagaland Chief Minister Nefiu Rio has confirmed and condemned the entire incident. He appealed to the people to make peace in the area and said, "It will be investigated by the SIT. '

Union Home Minister Amit Shah, on the other hand, has also expressed grief over the incident. In fact, Union Home Minister Amit Shah tweeted, "Saddened by an unfortunate incident in Oting, Nagaland. I extend my deepest condolences to the families of those who have lost their lives. A high level SIT constituted by the state government will conduct a thorough inquiry into the incident to ensure justice to the bereaved families. Condemning the incident, On the other hand, Chief Minister Nefiu Rio tweeted, "The unfortunate incident of killing of civilians in Mon's Oting is highly condemnable. I express my deepest sympathy for the families of the victims. I wish the injured people a speedy recovery. The high-level SIT will look into the matter and justice will be done as per law. I appeal to all sections for peace. '

Some media reports also say that tension prevailed in Nagaland when security forces opened fire on some youths in Oting in Mon district, thinking they were militants, killing them. After all this, there is a lot of anger among the people and the angry villagers reportedly set fire to the vehicles of the security forces.

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