Parliament: Regret killing of civilians in Nagaland, case of ‘mistaken identity’, says Amit Shah

Lok Sabha adjourned till Dec 7.

Parliament: Regret killing of civilians in Nagaland, case of 'mistaken identity', says Amit Shah

18:57 (IST) Dec 06

Lok Sabha passes the National Institute of Pharmaceutical Education and Research (Amendment) Bill, 2021.

The Bill provides for granting the status of national importance to the six institutes in Ahmedabad, Guwahati, Hajipur, Hyderabad, Kolkata and Raebareli.

16:35 (IST) Dec 06

Something similar had happened in Manipur a few days back when a Colonel and his family were gunned down. Why is this happening in North-East?

Adhir Ranjan Chowdhury, Congress MP

16:35 (IST) Dec 06

This statement [by HM Amit Shah] holds no water. It cannot relate to disturbing news emanating from Nagaland. We have been asking why fire was opened at innocent civilians and why a soldier had to lose his life

Adhir Ranjan Chowdhury, Congress MP

16:12 (IST) Dec 06

Union Home Minister Amit Shah makes statement in Rajya Sabha on deaths of civilians in an anti-insurgency operation that went awry in Nagaland.


16:11 (IST) Dec 06

What HM Amit Shah stated in Parliament regarding killing of civilians in Nagaland.

15:41 (IST) Dec 06

The government of India expresses deep regret over the unfortunate incident in Nagaland and also expresses deep sympathies to the bereaved families

Amit Shah, Union home minister

15:37 (IST) Dec 06

It has been decided that all agencies should ensure that such unfortunate incidents do not take place again in the future while taking up such drives. Govt is monitoring the incident minutely & necessary remedial measured are being taken to ensure peace in the area

Amit Shah, home minister