Heated debates over the killings of civilians at Oting village in Nagaland’s Mon district is likely to take place in Parliament on Monday. 

At least 13 civilians lost their lives on Saturday night after security forces opened fire on a pickup car carrying labourers. 

Later, two more civilians were killed and several others injured in Assam Rifles firing at Oting in Nagaland’s Mon district on Sunday.   

Several MPs have given adjournment motion notices to discuss the firing incident in Nagaland in which 13 civilians died. 

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Rajya Sabha MP Manoj Jha has given ‘Suspension of Business Notice’ to discuss the matters related to the killing of innocent civilians in Nagaland. 

Rajya Sabha MP Sukhendu Sekhar Roy has given a notice under Rule 168 to move a motion under Rule 167 for a “discussion on Nagaland firing incident which is a matter of great public interest”. 

Congress MP Manish Tewari gives adjournment motion notice in Lok Sabha to discuss the firing incident in Nagaland in which 13 civilians died. 

Congress MP Manickam Tagore has moved an adjournment motion in Lok Sabha to discuss the Nagaland firing incident. 

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Killing of civilians in a counter-insurgency operation by security forces is Nagaland is likely to rock both the Houses of the Parliament on Monday.

Opposition parties have already targeted the Centre over the incident.


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