Nagaland Firing: Injured Critical Family Members Asked Not To Speak To Media
By Shivani Kapoor - December 8, 2021
Two persons, who were admitted to the hospital at 1 am on December 5 with bullet injuries to the skull, eye, chest and elbow, are in critical condition and one of them needs to be shifted to another medical establishment with better facilities, an official said. is likely to.
The patients and their relatives, who were earlier reporting the ambush and subsequent incidents, are now silent and claim that the Nagaland authorities have told them not to talk to anyone, including journalists. do it.
A relative of one of the two injured requested the media persons present at AMCH, “Please don’t ask us anything. We have been told not to talk to anyone about this.”
Earlier, a close relative of one of the two patients said that the villagers of Tiru in Oting area of Mon district, who were eagerly waiting for the return of the coal miners on December 4, heard gunshots and ran towards the area. where they were supposed to come from.
He claimed that villagers found a pickup van in which the miners were returning, and it had bullet marks and blood stains. He claimed that when villagers chased and stopped an army vehicle at a distance, six bodies were found wrapped in tarpaulin.
He said the situation turned tense and a scuffle ensued during which seven more civilians were killed in the firing of soldiers while an army jawan also died, he said.
Meanwhile, AMCH superintendent Prashant Dihingia told PTI that Yewang underwent surgery on Tuesday night, two days after being admitted to the hospital, as he was suffering from heart ailment and his pulse was fast. He had injuries to his skull and one eye.
Dihingia said Shiwang has been kept under observation due to chest and elbow injuries and is likely to be referred to another hospital for better treatment.
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