The Nagaland civilian killings incident did not just raise questions about Human Rights violations but also revived several demands, particularly to repeal the Armed Forces (Special Powers Act), 1958, from the Northeast Indian states. Another crucial issue brought to the fore is the impact the incident might have on the ongoing Naga Peace Talks.
How will the recent incident impact the ongoing peace talks? Watch this video to understand the prime issue behind Naga insurgency, Greater Nagalim and the Naga Peace Talks:
The last thing that the Naga Peace talks needed was the blood of innocents. Meanwhile, the NSCN in a statement termed the massacre as a dark day in the history of the Nagas. Calls for repealing AFSPA were never low in Nagaland, but now, they are louder than ever.
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