AP: China’s PLA on Saturday handed over the five Arunachal Pradesh youth to the Indian Army.
The five teenagers had gone hunting at the Tungdara Mountain or Sera-7 close to the McMahon Line. They strayed into the Chinese side on September 2 and were reportedly captured by the PLA.
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All the five youths were received by Indian Army at Kibithu after completing all formalities.
The Indian Army communicated with the PLA on hotline for tracing and returning them. Army officials said the PLA responded on September 8 to confirm that the missing individuals had been traced.