Rahul Gandhi, the Congress leader in Nagaland, has once again blamed the Central government for the deaths of 14 people who were killed by security forces. Rahul has even described the episode as "heartbreaking." 'This is a tragic situation,' he says in a tweet. The central government must take action. Military officials, on the other hand, claim that the event occurred in Oting, Myanmar's Mon district.
"The actual number of people killed in the incident has still to be determined," a police official said of the tragedy. "Eleven people died on the scene." Moreover, numerous badly injured people died as a result of their injuries in hospitals in Assam, a neighbouring state. The Army, on the other side, expressed sincere remorse for the situation that occurred today, i.e. In addition, the Army established a 'Court of Inquiry into the matter.
"This event and what transpired subsequently is very regretful," the Army stated in a statement. The case is being looked at at a high level by the Court of Inquiry, and necessary legal action will be taken. Furthermore, a police official stated that the event occurred between Oting and Tiru villages on Saturday evening while some daily wage workers were coming home from a coal mine in a pickup van. He recently claimed that army forces in the vicinity opened fire on the car after militants from the Yung Ong faction of the proscribed National Socialist Council of Nagaland-K (NSCN-K) were reportedly engaged.