NSCN-K prepares for Myanmar army attack

17 July 2015
NSCN-K prepares for Myanmar army attack

Fearing an “adverse situation” at its hideouts in Taga, Myanmar, in the wake of the Myanmar army's movement towards the area, the National Socialist Council of Nagaland – Khaplang (NSCN-K) has started constructing bunkers there, according to Indian intelligence intercepts the Times of India reported on 16 July.
NSCN-K and United Liberation Front of Assam (ULFA) cadres have also been advised to restrict their movement and store essential items in adequate quantity to meet requirements during ahostile situation.
“Conversations within ULFA units reveal that the ULFA units in Taga area have already stored essential items, including ration items like rice, salt, etc.,” according to a home ministry official.
As part of its new strategy, the NSCN-K has segregated cadres housed at its general headquarters (GHQ) in Taga in groups of 10-16 each and redeployed them at new camps.