According to reports the Myanmar army had raided two NSCN-K camps.
The camps were located near Hoyat village and Laonyu village along India-Myanmar border.
Myanmar army had accused the Naga rebels of breaching the 2012 ceasefire agreement by sheltering leaders and cadres of other rebel outfits of Northeast India.
According to intelligence sources, the area where the operation was carried out is dominated by the NSCN-K, also known as Konyak region inside Myanmar where many Naga people have been dwelling.
The operation was carried out since morning.
Sources further said that the Myanmar army may have reportedly targeted the Konyak region command of the Aug Yung-led NSCN-K based on reports of the group sheltering other insurgent groups like ULFA (I), KLO, NDFB etc.
Notably, Myanmar army carried out similar operations against north-eastern militants, particularly NSCN-K since January this year.
Several insurgents belonging to the outfit were also taken captive amid fresh tensions between the Myanmar Government and the Nagaland-originating militant organization.