New Delhi: An Army inquiry team constituted to probe the Oting firing incident visited the site in Mon district of Nagaland on Wednesday, December 29.
"The inquiry team, headed by a senior rank officer, a Major General, inspected the site to understand the circumstances due to which the incident happened," a defence source said.
The team took along the witnesses for a better understanding of the situation and how events would have unfolded.
"Subsequently, the team was also present at Tizit Police Station, Mon District between 1330 to 1500 hours on December 29, 2021 to meet the cross-section of the society to include civilians, police personnel and doctors who treated injured for obtaining valuable information pertaining to the incident," the source said.
Earlier, the Indian Army had "requested twice through public notices" to directly share the information before the Inquiry Team at Tizit Police Station on Wednesday, December 29.
The Court of Inquiry is progressing "expeditiously, and all efforts are being made to conclude it at the earliest," an army statement has said on Sunday.