Rahul Gandhi condemns kidnapping case of Indian teenager by Chinese soldiers. Rahul Gandhi condemns kidnapping of Indian teenager by Chinese soldiers

Digital Desk, New Delhi. Congress MP Rahul Gandhi has condemned the lax attitude of the central government in the abduction of an Indian teenager by Chinese soldiers in Arunachal Pradesh. In this area, the Chinese army had constructed a road about four kilometers long in 2018.

The former Congress president tweeted on Thursday, “Just a few days before Republic Day the Chinese kidnapped an Indian national, we are with the family of Meeram Taran, and we will not give up and give up hope.” But the silence of the Prime Minister shows that it does not matter to him.

According to the information received, Tron’s friend, who managed to escape during the incident, later reported the matter to the authorities and it has been brought to the notice of Tapir Gao, an MP from Arunachal Pradesh. The incident has been reported from Upper Siang district.

In this case, Tapir Gao tweeted saying that the Chinese army has led 17 Miram Taron of Zido village from Lungta Jor area of ​​Indian territory on Tuesday. It is in the Upper Siang district of Arunachal Pradesh. All agencies of the Central Government are requested to take steps for his early release.

Congress leader Gandhi has urged Prime Minister Narendra Modi, Home Minister Amit Shah, Defense Minister Rajnath Singh, Arunachal Pradesh Chief Minister Pema Khandu and Deputy Chief Minister Chona Mein and the Indian Army to ensure the early release of the kidnapped Indian teenager.

Congress MLA Nanong Ering also brought this matter to the notice of the government and said that it is shocking that a teenager from my state has been kidnapped by the Chinese army.


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