Indian army conducts surgical strike by attacking NSCN-K camp in Myanmar

Guwahati : The Indian army has conducted another surgical strike and attacked a camp of banned outfit group  Nationalist Socialist Council of Nagaland – Khaplang (NSCN-K) in Myanmar.
According to the reports, a team of 12 Para Commandos had attacked a check post of NSCN-K situated in the vicinity of its Shwelo camp inside Myanmar on Wednesday and it inflicted some casualties from the rebel side and the gun fight continued for half hour.
The Indian army commandos equipped with modern sophisticated weapons, rocket launchers, automatic grenade launchers, mortar attacked the NSCN-K camp at around 2 pm on Wednesday.
The Indian army had carried out the operation in Myanmar soil, around 3 km from Indian border adjoined Nagaland’s Mon district.
Meanwhile, NSCN-K Deputy Minister Colonel Isak Sumi confirmed the attack and wrote in his Facebook page that, the Indian Army in huge number crossed Chenmoh village and arrived at the international boundary some kilometres away from the Naga Army forward post and on realisation that their presence has already been detected they resorted to blank firings randomly for several minutes to which the Naga Army responded and prevented any further advance casualties could not be ascertained. The incident occurred yesterday around noon.
On the other hand, one Assam Rifles jawan was injured while suspected NSCN-K militants on Thursday had attacked a convoy of 7 Assam Rifles by triggering IED blast in Nagaland’s Kiphire district.
According to the reports, the Assam Rifles convoy was enroute from Meluri town to Kiphire town and the incident took place between Akhegwo village and Ngromi village.