Day After Big Decision On Nagaland Op, Army Says Reviewing SOP On Ground

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The Army is reviewing the implementation of the amended Standard Operating Procedure for counter-insurgency operations in the Northeast which were put in place following the botched operation in Nagaland in December 2021, it said today in the first reaction after the Centre denied sanction to prosecute 30 army personnel allegedly involved in it. It is being closely reviewed on ground zero, Eastern Army Commander Lt Gen RP Kalita told reporters in Guwahati today.

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