Indian Army attacks NSCN-K hideouts along Myanmar Border


New Delhi

The Indian Army has conducted a operation against Naga militants along the India-Myanmar border. First the Media flash it as Surgical Strike.  But army Refuted the term it a surgical strike.

The Indian Army said that unidentified insurgents of Nationalist Socialist Council of Nagaland-Khaplang (NSCN-K) had opened fire on a column of troops patrolling a thickly forested area along the Indo-Myanmar border, following which the army retaliated. Indian troops suffered no casualties in the attack, while at no time did India troops cross the international border, the Eastern Command of the Indian Army said.

“The Indian Army targeted hideouts and camps of Naga terror outfit NSCN (K) on the India-Myanmar border. In a series of tweets, the Army’s eastern command confirmed that the firefight occurred along the border today at around 4:45 am. Indian security forces suffered no casualties while inflicting heavy losses to the NSCN (K) cadre,” the army said in a statement.

The Eastern Command of the Indian Army in a tweet confirmed that heavy casualties have been inflicted on NSCN (K) cadre. The tweet also said that no casualties were suffered by Indian security forces.


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