Arunachal Cops Sent To Probe Reports Of 5 Men "Kidnapped" By Chinese Army | Read

PUBLISHED ON: September 5, 2020 | Duration: 3 min, 15 sec

  
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The Arunachal Pradesh Police on Saturday said it has sent a team to a remote area near the India-China border in the Upper Subansiri district to "verify facts" about media reports that five men from the state have been allegedly kidnapped by the Chinese army amid growing tension between the two countries over a standoff in Ladakh. Arunachal Times, a leading local newspaper, published a report on Saturday saying that five men from the Tagin community were picked up from the jungle near the town of Nacho while they were out hunting. The report was based on the account of a relative of one of the five men, who had claimed that they were kidnapped by the China's People's Liberation Army or PLA in a social media post that has been widely shared.
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