Kohima: The Indian Army on Friday killed five militants and an overground NSCN-K worker in Nagaland, the military said.
Two more activists of the National Socialist Council of Nagaland-Khaplang group were injured in the operation in Nokalak in Tuensang district.
The army has been cracking down on militants since an army convoy was ambushed by terrorists in Chandel district of Manipur on June 4, killing 18 soldiers and injuring 15 others.
Following the attack, a surgical operation was carried out along the India-Myanmar border and at least two terrorist camps were targeted.

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