China questions nationality of lacking Arunachal youths


Shubhadeep Choudhury

Tribune News Service

Kolkata, September 7

Reiterating its declare over Arunachal Pradesh, China on Monday refused to half with particulars “about five missing Indians”. 

“China has never recognised so-called ‘Arunachal Pradesh’ which is China’s south Tibet region, and we have no details to release yet about question on Indian army sending a message to PLA about five missing Indians in the region: Chinese FM spokesperson Zhao Lijian,” mentioned a tweet by the state-run Global Times paper of China.

Five youths from Nacho space of Upper Subansiri district of Arunachal Pradesh, who went to the Indo-China border with the Army as porters, had been picked up by the Chinese PLA when the boys had been on their means again to their villages.

The Incident, which passed off on September 3, got here to gentle on September 5 when native Congress MLA Ninong Erring despatched out a tweet. Erring was alerted by an attraction posted on the Facebook by one of many 5 lacking youth’s brother.

On Sunday, Kiren Rijiju, union of minister of state for youth welfare and sports activities, who can be a Lok Sabha member from Arunachal Pradesh, mentioned in a tweet that Indian Army had handed on a message concerning the lacking youths to PLA by means of the hotline. Response from PLA was awaited, Rijiju wrote.

Picking up of the youths by the PLA has been inflicting quite a lot of consternation in Arunachal Pradesh. The lacking boys belong to the Tagin tribe. The All Tagin Students’ Union (ATSU), whereas condemning the People’s Liberation Army (PLA) for “abducting the “teenagers”, right now accused the authorities of not listening to some of the strategically essential locations within the nation.

“Sacrifices and other assistance to the Indian Army by the Tagins during the 1962 war have never been acknowledged by the government and still today Tagin people live under the fear of Chinese aggression,” mentioned the ATSU in an announcement.

All Arunachal Pradesh Students Union (AAPSU), an organisation that claims to symbolize the curiosity of indigenous individuals, held an emergency assembly and mentioned the Nacho incident mirrored “the failure of the central as well as the state governments in protecting life and ensuring security of our people inhabiting the border areas”.

Earlier right now, an Arunachal Pradesh authorities spokesperson mentioned they had been carefully monitoring the case. District Administration has been directed to help all involved companies to hint the lacking boys, the spokesperson added.



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