NSCN hideout in Arunachal Pradesh destroyed by Assam Rifles

In separate operations, two suspected National Socialist Council of Nagaland NSCN (IM) hideouts were destroyed by Assam Rifles, officials said on Sunday.

Based on specific inputs, Assam Rifles along with police destroyed two of the NSCN (IM) hideout one in Jongrum and other near the Indo-Myanmar border in Arunachal Pradesh.

The troops also recovered heavy cache of arms including AK series rifle, ammunition and other “war-like stores” from these hideouts.

As per sources, these camps are used for temporary stay during transit by NSCN(IM ) insurgents.

Security forces are conducting sustained operations against the insurgent groups active in the region providing the much needed sigh of relief and confidence to the locals.

The operation was part of the ongoing in crackdown by Army and Assam Rifles under Spear Corps on insurgent organisations active in eastern Arunachal Pradesh.

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