According to the local media reports, all five of the abducted boys belong to the Tagin community. Chinese soldiers picked them from the forest of Nacho area.
Itanagar| Amid the India-China border stand-off at Eastern Ladakh, the Chinese PLA has indulged in another provocative action. Reportedly, Chinese soldiers kidnapped five boys from a village in Arunachal Pradesh. There were two more people along with the boys who managed to save themselves. The incident is from Nacho region which falls in Subansiri district. The people of the village are going to meet Indian Army officers today.
State Congress MLA Ninong Ering gave this information on Twitter and also gave the names of the abducted boys. Ering said, “Chinese soldiers have abducted five boys living in Nacho town. The incident happened at a time when Defense Minister Rajnath Singh is meeting the Defense Ministers of Russia and China. This act of the People’s Liberation Army will send a very wrong message. China must be given a suitable answer.”
SHOCKING NEWS: Five people from Upper Subansiri district of our state Arunachal Pradesh have reportedly been ‘abducted’ by China’s People’s Liberation Army (PLA).
— Ninong Ering (@ninong_erring) September 4, 2020
According to the local media reports, all five of the abducted boys belong to the Tagin community. Chinese soldiers took them from the forest of Nacho area. This area falls in Subansiri district. Information about the incident was revealed through a relative of the abducted boy. After this, the Congress MLA took notice and tweeted. The names of the five abducted boys are Tok Singkam, Prasat Ringling, Dongtu Ibia, Tanu Baker and Nagaru Diri.
Some people said on Saturday that they are going to inform the Indian Army about the incident. There is an atmosphere of fear in the village.
Earlier, in the month of March this year, China was accused of kidnapping a 21-year-old boy from the same region. The village is close to the McMahon Line. Congress MLA Ering on Saturday accused China of kidnapping five boys from the same region.
The kidnapping of boys has come at a time when China is increasing military deployment from Ladakh to Arunachal Pradesh. The attempt to capture Pangong Tso Lake has been foiled by the Indian Army. Indian troops are now stationed on the hills in its southern part and as per the army remain in control of the situation.