Chinese PLA hands over Arunachal youth to Indian Army

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Miram Taron, who hailed from Arunachal’s Upper Siang district, was allegedly abducted by Chinese PLA from the bordering area of Indo-China.
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Chinese PLA hands over Arunachal youth to Indian Army
The Chinese PLA on Wednesday confirmed the repatriation of the youth to the India Army.

Guwahati: The Chinese PLA handed over 19-year-old Miram Taron from Arunachal Pradesh to the Indian Army on Thursday.

Earlier, Taron, who hailed from Arunachal’s Upper Siang district, was allegedly abducted by the Chinese PLA from the bordering area of Indo-China on January 18.

The development was announced by Arunachal MP Kiren Rijiju on Twitter. He wrote, “The Chinese PLA has handed over the young boy from Arunachal Pradesh Shri Miram Taron to Indian Army. Due procedures are being followed including the medical examination.”

The Chinese PLA on Wednesday confirmed the repatriation of the youth to the India Army.

Taron, aged 19 years of Jido Village in Upper Siang District, was found missing on January 18 at Shiyung La in Bishing Area. Some people reported that Chinese PLA had taken him into their custody.

Later on January 20, Chinese side intimated that they had found a boy on their side and requested for further details to establish the identity.

To assist Chinese side in corroborating the identity, personal details and photo of the individual has been shared with the Chinese side by the Indian Army.

Read More : “Chinese PLA to hand over Arunachal boy”: Kiren Rijiju

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