Kohima: Two jawans from Assam Rifles were on Saturday killed and four injured in an ambush by terrorists in Mon district of Nagaland near Indo-Myanmar border. The efforts are on to locate the perpetrators of the attack. Also Read - PM Modi to Meet CMs on Vaccine Roll-out, SC to Hear Pleas Against Farm Laws, Dzukou Valley Wildfire Under Control And More

It is a developing story, more details are awaited. Also Read - Nagaland's Dzukou Valley Wildfire Likely to be Fully Doused in 24 Hours: Officials

In an earlier incident, four jawans of the 40th Assam Rifles were killed and six others injured when the suspected National Socialist Council of Nagaland (Khaplang) rebels near Indo-Myanmar border attacked their vehicle. Reports said, the rebels attacked the Assam Rifles personnel with grenades and gunfire when they were on their way to fetch river water. Also Read - Watch: IAF Chopper Lifts Water in Bambi Bucket To Douse Forest Fire Nagaland's Dzukou Range