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Nagaland civilian killings: Agatha Sangma seeks AFSPA repeal in Lok Sabha

Mentioning safety forces’ killing of 14 civilians in Nagaland’s Mon district over the weekend, Nationwide Folks’s Celebration MP Agatha Sangma requested for the repeal of the “draconian” Armed Forces (Particular Powers) Act in Lok Sabha throughout Zero Hour.
“This isn’t the primary time an incident has taken place the place harmless civilians needed to bear the brunt of the draconian legal guidelines just like the AFSPA. It additionally reminds us of an incident that occurred in Manipur in 2000 which is also called the Malom Bloodbath the place over ten civilians had been shot lifeless. It prompted Irom Sharmila to go on a 16-year starvation strike,” stated the Meghalaya chief. NPP is an NDA ally.

Sangma stated: “It’s time that the elephant within the room be addressed which is that the AFSPA be repealed. AFSPA was enacted in 1958 to make sure that insurgency be stopped within the North-East. But it surely has not been ready to try this. As a substitute it has triggered civilians to be unfairly tortured, raped, and killed.”

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