29 August, 2022
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The North Eastern region would no longer be subject to the dreaded Armed Forces (Special Powers) Act of 1958, according to the government.
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When Naga militants turned to widespread violence in the 1950s, the need for the law became apparent. In ambushes that the militants had painstakingly prepared and launched, hundreds of Indian Army soldiers, central and State paramilitary men, and civilians were either killed or injured. Security forces were able to disable or eliminate informers.
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