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NSCN-K Demanding Money from CIL Officials in Tinsukia / Northeast Today


NSCN-K Demanding Money from CIL Officials in Tinsukia / Northeast Today: Official sources said NSCN-K had an eye on the huge mineral deposits in Assam after Nagaland and Arunachal Pradesh. “The matter was reported to our higher authorities at the district and state level and we were advised to stay at our guest house until the matter is resolved,” CIL officials said on condition of anonymity. The area has been terrorised by militants and has become difficult to work, according to the officials.

Coal fields at Namdang, Tipong, Ledo, Tirap, Tikok and others are all located in interior areas from where thousands of tonnes of coal are extracted every day, they say. Police sources said that the NSCN-K was trying to collect money as they were facing a huge financial crisis due to relentless pressure brought upon them by security forces since the Manipur ambush.

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