Two NSCN-KYA Militants Surrender In Arunachal Pradesh

Guwahati: Yet another two insurgent has surrendered before security forces to join the mainstream continuing the spate of success for the police.

Two insurgent of National Socialist Council of Nagaland, Khaplang-Yung Aung Faction (NSCN-KYA) surrendered before a joint team of police and Assam Rifles in Tirap district of Arunachal Pradesh

The surrendered militants identified as Thowang Kongkang and Kimong Mitpo. Both of them are a resident from Laju circle in Tirap district of Arunachal Pradesh.

The development occurred in the midst of a wave of protests that the insurgent group in Arunachal Pradesh’s Tirap-Changlang-Longding (TCL) region had to deal with.

According to Assam Rifles, the cadres were aware of the group’s phoney ideology and the fact that the majority of the promises offered to them during recruiting were fake.

The pressure from the villagers and the environment created by the security personnel “helped the duo reach this decision and join the mainstream.”

The two surrendered militants also deposited two pistols with security forces.

The two people “decided to forsake weaponry and become part of the mainstream” because they were “demotivated and tired of the bogus narratives of the rebel organisations,” reports said.

“70 cadres, including some senior ones, have already surrendered,” it added.

A 70-year-old trader was shot and killed by alleged NSCN (K-YA) members in October of this year, which led to a significant uprising against the organisation.

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