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NSCN (IM) accuses Assam Rifles of �cold-blooded murder�

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DIMAPUR, July 15 - NSCN (IM) has condemned what it called �inhuman torture and cold-blooded murder� of two of its unarmed members � Tenwang Wangsa of Senua Noksa village and Acham Wangsu of Longphong village � at Senua Noksa village under Longding district of Arunachal Pradesh.

In a release issued on Friday, NSCN (IM) accused the 16th Assam Rifles under the command of Maj KB Singh of Wakka outpost of the cold-blooded murder of its two members and claiming to have killed in an encounter.

It alleged that the Assam Rifles personnel had killed its members at the residence of the deputy village chief after overpowering them on July 11. It went on to add that the Assam Rifles personnel resorted to blank firing throughout the night to mislead the villagers that the two were killed in an encounter. The bodies were handed over to the family and villagers after 3 pm on the following day on July 12, it added.

It claimed that the members were captured and murdered by inviting them to the residence of the deputy chief of the village. The question of encounter or the Assam Rifles personnel coming under fire from the victims or weapons captured from the victims was baseless, the release added.

According to the outfit, it has lost more members during the ceasefire period beginning August 1997 till date when compared to the number of casualties during the non-ceasefire period.

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NSCN (IM) accuses Assam Rifles of �cold-blooded murder�

DIMAPUR, July 15 - NSCN (IM) has condemned what it called �inhuman torture and cold-blooded murder� of two of its unarmed members � Tenwang Wangsa of Senua Noksa village and Acham Wangsu of Longphong village � at Senua Noksa village under Longding district of Arunachal Pradesh.

In a release issued on Friday, NSCN (IM) accused the 16th Assam Rifles under the command of Maj KB Singh of Wakka outpost of the cold-blooded murder of its two members and claiming to have killed in an encounter.

It alleged that the Assam Rifles personnel had killed its members at the residence of the deputy village chief after overpowering them on July 11. It went on to add that the Assam Rifles personnel resorted to blank firing throughout the night to mislead the villagers that the two were killed in an encounter. The bodies were handed over to the family and villagers after 3 pm on the following day on July 12, it added.

It claimed that the members were captured and murdered by inviting them to the residence of the deputy chief of the village. The question of encounter or the Assam Rifles personnel coming under fire from the victims or weapons captured from the victims was baseless, the release added.

According to the outfit, it has lost more members during the ceasefire period beginning August 1997 till date when compared to the number of casualties during the non-ceasefire period.