oi-Neeraj Kumar Yadav
Two youths who went missing on August 24 along the India-China border in Anjou district of Arunachal Pradesh are yet to be traced. The two people who went missing have been identified as 33-year-old Batilum Tikro and 35-year-old Beingso Manyu. It is said that on August 19, both had left the house and went to the mountains in search of medicinal plants. Both were last seen on August 24 by some villagers.
According to the information, he had also taken a bed of gold with him. It is said that he also had some food items, which could last 15 to 20 days. At the same time, when both the youths did not return even after more than one and a half months, the relatives lodged a missing complaint at village Khupa police station on October 9.
According to the police, both the missing persons are originally residents of Duliang village and Chiprugam village of Goliang circle of 45 Huuliang constituency. The family members of the missing youths suspect that they may have crossed Indian territory by mistake and entered China. Where he is taken prisoner by the Chinese People’s Liberation Army (PLA).
Earlier five youths were abducted by PLA in September 2020 from Upper Subansiri district of Arunachal Pradesh. However, the five were released after a few weeks. At the same time, PLA had also kidnapped a boy named Miram Tarom from Upper Siang district of Arunachal Pradesh on January 18 this year. However, later the boy was released after taking official action.
Villagers accuse the Chinese army
Talking to ANI, the local people of the area said that the youth of the Indo-China border district usually go to the hills in search of medicinal plants and local vegetables. During this, sometimes they unknowingly enter Chinese territory. In such a situation, he is kidnapped by the Chinese army. Talking to ANI, Maniso Manyu, elder brother of one of the missing youths said that his brother had gone to the forest many times in the past but this is the first time that he has not returned for so long.
The relatives appealed to the central government to search
The relatives of the missing youth have appealed to the state government, the central government and the Indian army to trace them. At the same time, the local people of Anjou district told that before the Indo-China war in 1962, their ancestors used to visit China and exchange their local goods in exchange for salt and local jewellery. However, now the Indian Army does not allow them to cross the border due to security.
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Story first published: Monday, November 7, 2022, 15:50 [IST]