“By mistake”: the military in India shot 13 civilians

At least 13 civilians and one member of the security forces were killed during the military operation in the Indian state of Nagaland.

According to NDTV, the civilians were mistaken for insurgents.

According to Interior Minister Amit Shah, a special investigation team is conducting an investigation.

Security forces, according to sources, have learned of the possible movement insurgents, set up an ambush. Residents of a nearby village were shot instead of militants.

Soon, angry local residents surrounded the security forces. Police sources said that five villagers were killed and another six were wounded when the military opened fire “in self-defense.” Civilians also set fire to three cars of the security forces.

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