Nagaland rebels capture Indian soldiers roaming close to HQs
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The rebels of Nagaland National Socialist Council of Nagaland (NSCN) captured and detained Indian Central Paramilitary force Assam Rifles for venturing close to their headquarters.
The Indian Army took another major hit after the Gwalior defeat as 31 Assam rifles were detained by the Nagaland rebels.
Militants of the NSCN (Muivah faction) captured and detained Assam Rifles soldiers on Friday for venturing close to the rebel HQs...an outrageous act by the rebels that calls for suitable retribution pic.twitter.com/oovWW209Fw— JAIDEEP MAZUMDAR (@joyincal09) January 28, 2023
After being held captive, the Indian soldiers started begging the rebels to let them go. The rebels agreed to letting them free after they were assured that anything likewise will not ever happen again.
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The Indian army has taken this as an act that calls for vengeance but it is facing defeat one after the other on different fronts.