The Court of Inquiry constituted by the Indian Army to investigate the Mon incident visited the site at Oting Village on Wednesday. The inquiry team, headed by a senior rank officer, a Major General, inspected the site to understand the circumstances in which the incident could have happened.

The team also took along the witnesses for better understanding of the situation. A statement issued by the Indian Army said the team was also present at the Tizit Police Station in Mon between 1:30-3 pm on Wednesday to meet a cross section of people, including civilians, police personnel and doctors who treated the injured “for obtaining valuable information pertaining to the incident”.

The Army once again sought the help of public and urged “any person having information, to directly share it, either by being present before the Inquiry Team at Tizit Police Station… or any input, photo or video related to the incident be shared via Phone, SMS or Whatsapp Messenger at +916033924571”.

“The information may also be shared in person to the Inquiry team at Dinjan Military Station in Assam,” the statement said.

“As per Indian Army, the Court of Inquiry is progressing expeditiously and all efforts are being made to conclude it at the earliest,” the statement added.

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