Indian Army Strikes Back After Manipur Ambush

New Delhi: The Indian Army carried an attack on Tuesday at two different locations after the ambush on an army convoy in Chandel district of Manipur. The strike was carried out on the Indo-Myanmar boder against the insurgent groups. Nearly 20 terrorists were killed in the attack on Tuesday. About 21 special forces along with Indian Ari Force carried out the operation accordingly and destroyed two militant camps. None of the soldiers were injured in the attack.

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Indian Army Strikes Back After Manipur Ambush

The operation was conducted at Tuensang in Nagaland and Ukhrul in Manipur on the Indo-Myanmar, according to the army. Additional director general military operations Major General Ranbir Singh said, there was a history of close cooperation between our two militaries and they look forward to combat such terrorism.

The Indian Army’s counterattack was carried out five days after 18 soldiers were massacred in Manipur’s Chandel district by militants. The attack on the convoy was carried out by various groups including NSCNKhaplang and Kanglei Yawol Kanna Lup (KYKL), said a statement.

The statement also said that the one body, identified as the leader of the militants, was recovered from the ambush site. It added that the counterattack was based on intelligence input as it was heard that the militants were planning another attack.