United Naga Council condemns Assam Rifles’ firing on civilians, calls for immediate action

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Senapati: The United Naga Council (UNC) said it is aghast at the recent incident of the “belligerent provocation by the 6th Assam Rifles unleashing indiscriminate firing of live bullets upon the Naga civilians especially the Naga women folks” at Chingkao (Makuai) village, Tamenglong district on March 14.

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In a statement issued today, the UNC said that, in no uncertain terms, the Naga body condemned the “heinous act” of the Assam Rifles, “disrupting” the peaceful atmosphere in the area. “Such chilling campaigns of the Indian security forces under the patronization of the government of India, waging undeclared war upon the Naga people have been going on for decades without ceasing under the draconian law of AFSPA, 1958,” the UNC alleged. “It is one of the cruelest crimes a mighty India has committed before the world in the history of mankind,” it added.

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