The Indian Army smashed the NSCN (I-M) hiding place in Manipur

Kohima: The army destroyed the hideout of NSCN (I-M) in the village of Kekru Naga in Manipur. One of the militant groups was caught and a huge amount of weapons was found.
The reports state that the operation was based on specific data that the militants carried out unlawful extortion in the area.
The Eastern Command of the Indian Army said in a tweet: “In a major assault on rebel groups, Indian troops broke the NSCN (I-M) shelter in Kekru Naga village in Manipur on 5 July, resulting in the recovery of large quantities of weapons and ammunition.”
The recovered cash includes a M16 American M16 rifle with 125 laps, a single self-shot rifle with 26 bullets and some AK series guns, in addition to other small weapons, the report said.
The reports say that he is an active member of the rebel group that has thrown away its uniform and has tried to connect with the local population arrested.
The army destroyed two similar shelters that had previously recovered weapons and ammunition.
The National Socialist Council of Nagaland (Isak-Muivah) was founded in 1980, led by the 85-year-old Thuingaleng Muivah, with the sole aim of establishing a sovereign Naga state.

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