Civil society demands probe into civilian killings by Indian Army in Nagaland

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Civil society groups have demanded a high-level probe into the killing of civilians by Indian army in Indian disturbed state of Nagaland.

The people reportedly from Mon district staged strong protest against the killings and burnt struc-tures. Locals attacked an Indian Army camp in Mon district and destroyed it.

Meanwhile, Students Islamic Organisation of India (SIO) called the killing of civilians in Na-galand “a new low in the brutality of Indian Armed forces”.

In a statement SIO President Salman Ahmad said that his group “stands in solidarity with the families in these calamitous times and demands prosecution of the culprits under criminal law.” —KMS

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