Indian youth kidnapped by Chinese troops from Arunachal Pradesh, BJP MP pleads safe return.
Arunachal Pradesh: Arunachal Pradesh BJP MP Tapar Gao has spoken about the abduction of an Indian youth by Chinese troops and urged defense agencies to intervene as soon as possible. On January 18, 17-year-old Meram Tarun from Jeddah village was abducted by the Chinese army, said Tapar, a Lok Sabha MP from Arunachal East. According to him, Miram’s friend was also abducted by the Chinese army but he escaped. “The Chinese Army (PLA) on January 18 abducted Miram Tarun, a 17-year-old resident of Jido village in Upper Siang district, from the Lingta Jor area inside the Indian border,” wrote MP Tapir Gao.
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According to Taper, Miram’s friend was also abducted by the Chinese army but he somehow escaped.
The MP also said that the young man who escaped from the clutches of the Chinese army had told the whole incident to the Indian authorities. He appealed to the Indian defense establishment and the government to intervene in the matter as soon as possible to ensure his early release.