Arunachal abduction case: Chinese PLA confirms finding missing youth
First Published: 23rd January, 2022 13:57 IST
The Chinese PLA has communicated to the Indian Army and confirmed that they have found a missing boy from Arunachal Pradesh. This was revealed by Defence PRO Lieutenant Colonel Harsh
The Chinese PLA has communicated to the Indian Army and confirmed that they have found a missing boy from Arunachal Pradesh. This was revealed by Defence PRO Lieutenant Colonel Harsh Wardhan Pande, who informed that due procedure is being followed. More details on this big development are awaited.
It may be mentioned here that on Saturday, the People’s Liberation Army of China assured the release of the 17-year-old boy from Arunachal Pradesh’s Upper Siang district, Miram Taron, who was allegedly detained by them on Tuesday. The confirmation came from the Defence Ministry.
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Sources from the Defence Ministry said that the Indian Army spoke to the PLA through a hotline and they have already promised that they will be looking into the matter and will leave him immediately.
The teenager was allegedly abducted by the Chinese PLA from inside the Indian Territory at Lungta Jor, in the Siyungla area of Upper Siang district while on a hunting trip. His friend escaped from the PLA and reported it to the authorities.
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