AFSPA extended in Arunachal

AFSPA extended in Arunachal The ministry of home affairs, which was contemplating to review the utility of Armed Forces (Special Power) Act, 1958 (AFSPA), has extended disturbed area tag on three districts of Arunachal Pradesh for another six months. The MHA through a formal notification on September 20, stated that law and order situation of three districts Tirap, Changlang and Longding has remained unchanged. It justifies the necessity of extending AFSPA, pointing out that the factions NSCN continue to indulge in inter-factional clashes. The NSCN also continue to interfere in the political matters by intimidating leaders for extortion. Apart from Naga rebel groups, Ulfa and certain Manipur based underground outfits continue to use these districts for their movement to their camps in My...
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