The five Arunachal civilians who went missing on the Chinese border were handed back to the Indian Army by PLA (People’s Liberation Army) today. Chinese state-owned Global Times claimed that the five Arunachal civilians were sent to spy on China and are ‘Intelligence personnel’.
Global Times claimed that Five civilians were ‘Intelligence personnel’
India has condemned the attack of Chinese Media over false news clarifying that the five Arunachal youth are the civilians of the border state Arunachal Pradesh who got strayed while o a hunting trip. Earlier this week PLA admitted that the five civilians who went missing from Upper Subansiri district were found by the Chinese Army across their border.
All five individuals took over by the Indian Army after completion of all the formalities. According to the Covid-19 protocol, the five civilians will be quarantined for 14 days and then will be handed on to their family members.
Recent talks between countries will lighten the tension on LAC
Both the countries reached the agreement to resolve the border standoff on LAC in Ladakh with a five-point plan under which the troops of both sides will quickly disengage, avoid any violence step that could lead to escalated tension, and will try to restore the peace among both countries. The agreement was finalized after the talks between Indian External Affairs Minister S Jaishankar and his Chinese counterpart Wang Yi in which happened during the meeting of SCO (Shanghai Cooperation Organisation) in Moscow, this Thursday.
Troops of both countries will quickly disengage
Both sides came to the decision that the standoff between the troops of both sides is not yielding any good to any of the countries. After the agreement was passed the status quo was maintained al Line of Actual Control for the third straight night yesterday. The positions were held by both the troops and there was no reported escalation.