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5 Youth Civilians Mistakenly Entered China As A Part Of Their Hunting Trip Finally Reach Their Homeland, India

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Five Youth Civilians Mistakenly Entered China As A Part Of Their Hunting Trip

At the start of this week, five youth in Arunachal Pradesh were reported missing. The Indian Army used Hotmail to connect with the Chinese counterparts after they failed to find them. People’s Liberation Army (PLA) of China found those five civilians who reported missing. The group went on a Hunting Party and later were missing from the Upper Subansiri district. On 8th September 2020, PLA openly announced that they had found those civilians. China now believed that these civilians as “intelligence personnel” sent by India.

India Clarified That The 5 Youth Are Not “Intelligence Personnel”

Although India has clearly stated that the five youth are the residents of the bordering state of Arunachal Pradesh. But the Chinese owned “Global Times” is alleging them as “intelligence personnel”.

Five Youth Civilians Mistakenly Entered China As A Part Of Their Hunting Trip

According to the latest development, The Indian Army has become successful in bringing back those five civilians from China. After PLA’s confirmation via Hotmail, the Indian Army went on to complete all the formalities to bring back the lost. And finally, on 12th September, all five youth have reached safely to their homeland. 

Chinese troops walked in the “Line of Actual Control” in May 2020 amidst the chaos of the Pandemic. Ministry of External Affairs (MEA) opened up the details. They announced that the Chinese armed forces are officially claiming the Galwan Valley. All these situations have triggered the anger of civilians. Mainly when the Hon’ble PM Narendra Modi is not discussing the situation openly. India-Chian tension grew after Covid situation and now this!

Five Youth Civilians Mistakenly Entered China As A Part Of Their Hunting Trip

After four long months of meetings and discussions between the Indian and Chinese officials. The two countries have finally reached a five-point consensus.  On 10th September 2020, Thursday External Affairs Minister S. Jaishankar and Wang Yi from China agreed to the bilateral agreement. The border dispute is creating a problem for both countries and thus must be resolved.

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