Army gives Naga SIT access to question its personnel
The Morning Standard|December 30, 2021
Members of an Army probe team visit Mon in Nagaland on Wednesday
PRASANTA MAZUMDAR

A Special Investigation Team constituted by the Nagaland government will on Thursday question the Army personnel involved in the December 4 killing of civilians during and after a botched ambush at Oting in Mon district. The questioning will happen face to face.

Parallelly, an Army team probing the case visited places in Mon, including the site of ambush, on Wednesday. The team was led by a Major General who is heading the probe.

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