The forgotten story of Nagaland civilian killings | Podumentary | The Probe - latest News of India Today

The forgotten story of Nagaland civilian killings | Podumentary | The Probe

First Published: Feb 21,2022 08:04PM

The shocking incident of the killing of 13 civilians by the Indian Army in Oting and Tiru villages on December 4 last year has now become a forgotten incident. The Union Home Minister and the Indian Army have claimed that the killings happened as a result of ‘mistaken identity’, but the family members of the victims are still awaiting justice. They want the incident to be thoroughly inquired and the perpetrators booked.

In this podumentary – Deepak Dewan, political analyst and former Executive Editor of North East Sun; Lt Gen Shokin Chauhan, former Chairman of the Ceasefire Monitoring Group and former Director General of the Assam Rifles; Padma Shri Patricia Mukhim, Editor of The Shillong Times; Pradip Phanjoubam, author and Editor of Imphal Review of Arts and Politics; Rajeev Bhattacharyya, author and senior journalist; S Kho John, President of the United Naga Council; Wanglar Thiirtung Monsang, President of the All Naga Students Association Manipur (ANSAM) – give their insightful views on this burning issue.

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