Kohima, Mar 1: At least ten Myanmarese security personnel were killed during an attack on the National Socialist Council of Nagaland (Khaplang) NSCN(K) camps in Myanmar.
NSCN(K), which has several hideouts in Myanmar, lost two cadres in the fight yesterday that continued for more than five hours at Chumsa area of the Sagaring division.
NSCN(K) 'finance' Kilonser Kughalu Mulatonu told UNI over phone that its cadres were fighting in three zones in Longpha and Chunyu of Myanmar and recovered ammunition from them.
He also claimed that the rebel outfits of Manipur and Assam like MPLF, Prepak, RPF and Ulfa were expected to join NSCN(K) to repulse the Myanmarese forces, adding to the existing 5000 Naga army soldiers in Myanmar who are ready to fight.
Kilonser alleged that few forces were provoking the Myanmerese junta to attack NSCN(K) camps.
The situation was very tense and ''there are possibilities of gunfight today,'' he added.