Prime Minister Narendra Modi, on Monday, held a crucial meeting with his top ministers and discussed the issue of massacre of civilians in Nagaland’s Mon district.
Notably, PM Narendra Modi is yet to come up with a statement condoling the deaths due to firing by security forces in Nagaland.
The Prime Minister is also yet to condemn the horrific incident in Nagaland.
At least 13 coal miners from Oting village in Nagaland’s Mon district were gunned down by security forces as a counter-insurgency operation went horribly wrong.
On Sunday, one more civilian was killed in firing by the Assam Rifles when an angry mob stormed into their camp in Mon town and set a part of their camp on fire.
The official civilian death toll in the Nagaland firing incident and related retaliatory rioting stands at 14.
Later in the day, union home minister Amit Shah will also address both the Houses of Parliament over the horrific Nagaland massacre issue.
Meanwhile, the police in Nagaland have named 21 Para Special Forces in its suo moto FIR in connection with the killing of innocent civilians by the force’s commandos at Oting village in the state’s Mon district on Saturday evening.
The FIR has been lodged at the Tizit police station in Nagaland’s Mon district.