India says teen 'captured' by Chinese army after going missing near border

India says teen 'captured' by Chinese army after going missing near border

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India says teen 'captured' by Chinese army after going missing near border

India's defence ministry said on Thursday a 17-year-old Indian youth was 'reportedly captured' by the Chinese military after going missing near the countries' shared border.

Alasdair Pal1 minute readA delivery truck drives along India's Tezpur-Tawang highway that runs to the Chinese border, in the northeastern Indian state of Arunachal Pradesh, May 29, 2012. Photo/Frank Jack Daniel/File PhotoRegister now for FREE unlimited access to Reuters.com

RegisterNEW DELHI, Jan 20 (Reuters) - India's defence ministry said on Thursday a 17-year-old Indian youth was "reportedly captured" by the Chinese military after going missing near the countries' shared border.The Indian army has contacted its Chinese counterpart to locate and return the teenager, Miram Tarom, according to a statement on the defence ministry's Twitter account.

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By Alasdair Pal 1 minute read A delivery truck drives along India's Tezpur-Tawang highway that runs to the Chinese border, in the northeastern Indian state of Arunachal Pradesh, May 29, 2012. Photo/Frank Jack Daniel/File Photo Register now for FREE unlimited access to Reuters.com Register NEW DELHI, Jan 20 (Reuters) - India's defence ministry said on Thursday a 17-year-old Indian youth was "reportedly captured" by the Chinese military after going missing near the countries' shared border. The Indian army has contacted its Chinese counterpart to locate and return the teenager, Miram Tarom, according to a statement on the defence ministry's Twitter account. In a separate tweet, Tapir Gao, a lawmaker for the northeastern Indian state of Arunachal Pradesh where Tarom lives, said the teenager was allegedly abducted on Tuesday while a friend escaped and notified Indian authorities. Register now for FREE unlimited access to Reuters.com Register The Chinese foreign ministry could not be immediately reached for comment. India and China have frequently clashed over their lengthy and disputed Himalayan border, and China claims the entirety of Arunachal Pradesh as part of its Tibet region. Skirmishes in the Galwan valley in 2020 left at least 20 Indian and four Chinese soldiers dead. There have been several instances of Indian civilians going missing near the border in recent years, which New Delhi has often said were kidnap attempts by China. Beijing denies this. Register now for FREE unlimited access to Reuters.com Register Reporting by Alasdair Pal Editing by Mark Heinrich Our Standards: More from Reuters Daily Briefing Subscribe to our daily curated newsletter to receive the latest exclusive Reuters coverage delivered to your inbox. Sign up