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Monday, 7 September 2020

‘Message sent to China,’ says minister on alleged abduction of five Arunachal villagers

Union Minister Kiren Rijiju on Sunday said the Indian Army has reached out to their counterparts in China over reports that five villagers from Arunachal Pradesh were “abducted” by the People’s Liberation Army on September 4. Rijiju, who is the MP from Arunachal West constituency, was responding to a tweet by a journalist from ABP News.

The Arunachal Pradesh Police had launched an investigation on Saturday to look into allegations that Chinese had kidnapped the villagers from the Upper Subansiri district of Arunachal Pradesh, situated along the Indo-China border in the state. The five persons were reportedly picked up by a team of the People’s Liberation Army from a jungle where they were hunting. The development came even as India and China are engaged at a diplomatic level to solve the escalated border dispute between the two countries.

On Sunday, Ashish K Singh, a journalist with the ABP News channel asked about the status of the five missing Indians in a tweet. “Out of concern, I ask again...What is the update on those 5 Indians reportedly abducted by Chinese PLA in Arunachal Pradesh as reported yesterday ?” he wrote and tagged the Rijiju, Chief Minister Pema Khandu and the Ministry of External Affairs.

Rijiju responded to this,...

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