According to reports, the Indian Army in order to pursue the killings of Mon district had asked the public to share any information available with them.
The Army will be conducting an inquiry on the killing of 14 civilians by armed forces personnel due to “mistaken identity” in Mon district of Nagaland on 4th and 5th December.
Indian Army asks for videos and photos
A press release from the PRO Defense, Kohima, stated, “It is requested to public at large that any person having any information including videos, photos from primary source or any other information in original (Not forwarded or not from secondary sources) may kindly share via Phone or SMS or Whatsapp Messenger at +916026930283 or call at Army Exchange Helpline +913742388456.”
Further, it also assured that, “identity of the informant will be kept confidential on request.”
The original documents or audio-visual recordings would be collected from the source after following due legal procedure, also added the press release.
Naga organizations said they would not cooperate with the Army
Until justice is delivered to the victims and the guilty security personnel no cooperation will be done.
Various Naga civil society organizations, including the Konyak Union and the Eastern Nagaland Peoples’ Organization, had announced that they would not cooperate with the Army and the paramilitary forces.
The Naga Students Federation, in a memorandum submitted to PM Narendra Modi, demanded the immediate repeal of AFSPA and justice for all victims.