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Four Naga militants killed in Arunachal Pradesh - Times of India

8.7.16

Four Naga militants killed in Arunachal Pradesh - Times of India: The four were allegedly involved in extortion, arms dealing and drug peddling. They were "Captain" Jano Tekwa, "Sergeant Major" Lombho Pangsa, "Sergeant" Tongbai and "Corporal" Mankhu Wangsa.


"Assam Rifles troopers cordoned off the area on Wednesday night after a tip-off. One of the three columns came under heavy firing as it approached the militants camp, forcing the troopers to retaliate," the spokesman said.


In the ensuing gun battle, the four militants were killed.


The NSCN (R) is a breakaway faction of the banned NSCN (Khaplang) — a Myanmar-based militant outfit.


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