Three NSCN-K rebels shot dead in Arunachal Pradesh

Itanagar, 16th November: Three militants of National Socialist Council of Nagaland were shot dead. The news spread sensation in the state of Nagaland as well as the entire north eastern part of India.

Before the incident, five Assam Rifles personnel were shot dead

Just two days before the incident, five Assam Rifles personnel, including a colonel-rank officer, were killed in an ambush in Manipur. All the soldiers of the paramilitary force on Monday shot dead three militants of National Socialist Council of Nagaland (Khaplang), a separatist organization, in a remote part of Arunachal Pradesh’s Longding district.

The team of Assam rifles shot the miscreants

The rebels were gunned down by Assam Rifles (AR) at Khogla Village in Wakka Circle of the district around 8 am, Longding Deputy Commissioner Bani Lego stated. One AR jawan was reportedly injured in the incident।

The village was also visited later by a team of police

A team of district police officers later visited the village. It was known that the village was located along the country’s border with Myanmar. The main objective was to collect the bodies and send them for post-mortem, the DC said.

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