Missing Arunachal boy’s family seeks PM’s help; Threatens to march towards China
Guwahati: The family members of Arunachal Pradesh teen Miriam Tarom who was allegedly abducted by the Chinese PLA have sought Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s immediate intervention to take necessary steps to bring him back from China.
Apun Tarom, father of the victim said, “I request PM Modi to take steps to bring back my son from China.”
The family members also threatened to march towards Chinese territory if the Centre doesn’t response quickly. “If the government fails to bring back my son, we along with several villagers will crossover the border and confront the Chinese PLA camp to bring back my son. We are not even sure whether he is alive or not,” he added.
It’s been a week now that Tarom has been missing and suspected to have been in the custody of Chinese military.
Earlier, Tarom’s friend Johnny Yuing, who was accompanying him that day, told the authorities that they had lost their way back home from hunting session due to darkness and suddenly Chinese PLA came and taken Miriam in their captivity. Yuing had fled the spot
On Sunday, Chinese Army on Sunday revealed that they have found a missing Indian boy from Arunachal Pradesh. However, there was no development after that.
Upper Siang district of Arunachal Pradesh from where the victim teen belongs shares an international boundary with China.