Arunachal Pradesh: 17-Year-Old Boy ‘Abducted’ By Chinese PLA, claims MP Tapir Gao
First Published: 20th January, 2022 9:18 IST
China’s People’s Liberation Army has reportedly kidnapped a youth from Arunachal Pradesh after intruding inside the Indian Territory. As per reports, the incident happened on January 18 at Lungta Jor
China’s People’s Liberation Army has reportedly kidnapped a youth from Arunachal Pradesh after intruding inside the Indian Territory.
As per reports, the incident happened on January 18 at Lungta Jor area which falls under Siyungla of Upper Siang district.
Arunachal Pradesh MP Tapir Gao took to social media to share the news, where he stated that the kidnapped youth is 17-year old Miram Taron, who hails from Zido village.
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Tapir Gao also stated that another youth who was with Miram managed to escape from the PLA’s clutches and reported the matter to the authorities. The Arunachal East MP also added that the spot of Lungta Jor, from where the youth has been reportedly kidnapped by the PLA, is the area where China built a 3 to 4 kilometre long road inside the Indian Territory. Tapir Gao also called upon the Centre to take up the matter with China.
Meanwhile, no confirmation regarding the matter has come from the government or the army.
It is to be remembered that a similar incident happened in September 2020 when five youths from Arunachal Pradesh were allegedly abducted by the Chinese army from the Sera-7 area of Nacho in Upper Subansiri district.
The youths had gone close to the border during a hunting expedition. The youth were handed over to the Indian army a few days later.
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