Last Updated: 4th April, 2022 12:31 IST
Arunachal Pradesh Civilian shootings: Rs 2 lakh compensation, jobs for victims by Para SF
The 12 para special forces which was involved in the firing incident in Arunachal Pradesh’s Tirap district in which 2 civilians received bullet injuries, has assured immediate compensation of Rs
The 12 para special forces which was involved in the firing incident in Arunachal Pradesh’s Tirap district in which 2 civilians received bullet injuries, has assured immediate compensation of Rs 2 lakh each to the injured. This was informed in a report filed on the incident by the ADC Tirap district.
Not only this, as per the report, the 12 Para SF has also assured jobs to the two injured persons as per their qualification and fitness. The full cost of the medical treatment will also be borne by the forces. The agreement for the same was signed by the Commander of the 12 para under whose command the ambush was carried out.
So, the 12 para Special Forces have assured compensation and job to the two Arunachal youths who were shot at during an operation at Chasa village in Arunachal’s Tirap district in what was a case of mistaken identity. The two youths identified as Nokphua Wangpan and Ramwang Wangsa were shot at when they were returning from a nearby river after fishing.
The duo identified as Nokphua Wangpan and Ramwang Wangsa from Chasa village narrated their ordeal to Northeast Live giving details of the incident.
28-year-old Nokphua Wangpan, who suffered injury on his leg, told Northeast Live that the incident took place when four of them were coming back from a nearby river after fishing. Wangpan lamented that the force fired at them from behind without any warning as they were caught unawares.
He alleged that the forces did not stop even after they screamed that they were civilians. Wangpan said that the security personnel realised their mistake when the villagers arrived at the spot after hearing the gunshots and admitted that it was a case of mistaken identity.
The second victim 23-year-old Ramwang Wangsa, who received injuries on the hand, said that the forces mistook them for NSCN cadres. He lamented that they should have been asked to surrender first, if the forces had any doubt about their identity.
Meanwhile, relatives of the victims said that they were in the village when they heard the gunshots. When they reached the spot, their suspicions had come true.
First Published: 2nd April, 2022 22:01 IST
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