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Nagaland private citizens fatality: State govt offers tasks to near relative

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Nagaland civilians fatality: State govt supplies work to next of kin

The Nagaland government will offer federal government tasks to the next of kin of the civilians who were killed in the firing in Oting-Tiru town in Mon area on December 4 and Mon town on December 5 last year.The state

federal government on Friday authorized the appointment of the next of kin of the Mon district shooting incident sufferers to the uninhabited blog posts in the offices and also departments.The order provided by Abhijit Sinha, House Commissioner of Nagaland, mentioned that the state government has accepted the appointment of the following kin of 12 victims.As lots of as 14 civilians and one protection employees passed away in the

violent occurrences in Mon district on December 4 as well as 5 last year.Out of 14 targets, the Nagaland federal government accepted the visit of the following kin of 12 victims.The next to kin of the victims will be appointed to Quality IV blog posts in numerous offices, divisions of the state government in Mon district.The Nagaland federal government had developed an 8-member SIT to penetrate into the killing of 14 private citizens in Mon area

and also later on the Nagaland SIT had actually included 22 policemans, consisting of 5 IPS officers, to quicken the probe.Recently, the SIT submitted its initial report to the state government.A senior authorities of Nagaland cops claimed that the SIT

will submit its last record soon.ALSO READ: Nagaland private citizens’fatality

: Toll increases to 14, SIT created to penetrate firing case|Top developments ALSO READ: Indian Military permits examining of jawans for fatalities of 14 Nagaland private citizens Released at Sat, 22 Jan 2022 13:21:01 -0500

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