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Indian forces kill 6 Naga militants close to Myanmar border, discover stash of weapons & bombs

Indian forces kill 6 Naga militants near Myanmar border, find stash of weapons & bombs


Indian safety forces killed six Naga separatists throughout a three-hour gunfire battle close to the Myanmar border on Saturday. A haul of weapons and two bombs have been recovered on the scene, and one Indian soldier was injured.

The lethal incident occurred in Longding district within the northeastern state of Arunachal Pradesh early on Saturday morning as a part of a counterinsurgency operation with the police, the Indian Military and the Assam Rifles, India’s oldest paramilitary drive. 

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The Indian forces exchanged heavy fireplace with the militants, who “fired at the least 250 rounds with computerized weapons,” state police chief RP Upadhyaya advised NDTV. “We had a selected tip-off about this group.”

After the just about three-hour battle, safety forces recovered 4 AK-47 rifles, two Chinese language MQ rifles, 500 bullets and two home made bombs from the rebels. The Indian soldier injured within the struggle is in a secure situation and has been taken to hospital.

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The insurgents have been suspected of being members of the Nationwide Socialist Council of Nagaland (Isak-Muivah) group, which requires a sovereign state for the Christian Naga tribes residing within the states of Assam, Arunachal Pradesh, Nagaland and Manipur. Nevertheless, intelligence sources advised NDTV that the fighters have been truly a part of a ‘rogue’ group and never the NSCN(IM), which has been in peace talks with the Indian authorities since 1997. 

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