amit shah statement in parliament over nagaland firing issue – India Hindi News

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Home Minister Amit Shah has given complete information in Parliament on the issue of firing on civilians by soldiers in Nagaland. He said that the army had received information about the movement of extremists in Oting village. After this, 21 commandos had cordoned off the suspected area. Meanwhile, a vehicle reached there and it was asked to stop. But they tried to run away. The soldiers thought that there might be extremists in that car and they opened fire. In this firing, 6 out of 8 people sitting in the car were killed. The soldiers immediately came to know that the accident happened due to mistaken identity.

After this, the soldiers themselves took the two injured in the incident to the nearby health center. Meanwhile, this news reached the surrounding areas and a large number of people gathered. The angry mob torched two vehicles and attacked them. One soldier also died in this attack. To avoid the angry people, the soldiers once again opened fire so that the people dispersed. In this also 7 civilians died. The Home Minister said that at present, efforts are being made by the local administration and the police to handle the situation.

Amit Shah said, “At present the situation is tense, but under control. On December 5, the DGP and commissioner of Nagaland reached the spot. An FIR has been registered and the investigation has been handed over to the State Crime Police Station, understanding the gravity of the situation. A SIT has been formed to probe the incident and an order has been given to submit the investigation report in a month.

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