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Centre extends AFSPA in 'disturbed' Nagaland for 6 months

IndiaTimes Thursday, 30 December 2021
Days after it set up a committee under secretary-level officer Vivek Joshi to review application of the controversial Armed Forces Special Powers Act (AFSPA) in Nagaland, the Centre has declared the entire state as a “disturbed area” under AFSPA for a further period of six months until June 30, 2022.
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News video: AFSPA extended in Nagaland for 6 months despite calls for withdrawal of the law | Oneindia News

AFSPA extended in Nagaland for 6 months despite calls for withdrawal of the law | Oneindia News 01:37

The controversial law AFSPA has been extended for another six months in Nagaland, where the army is conducting a court of inquiry into an ambush that went extremely wrong on December 4. #AFSPAExtended #Nagaland #AFSPA

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Nagaland Nagaland State in Northeastern India

Oting killings: Nagaland SIT names 30 security forces personnel in FIR | Oneindia News *News [Video]

Oting killings: Nagaland SIT names 30 security forces personnel in FIR | Oneindia News *News

An SIT from Nagaland that was probing the killing of 13 civilians in the Oting area last year, has named 30 security personnel in the FIR filed by it. #Oting #Nagaland #FIR

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