Arunachal Abduction Case: Miram Taron to reach home today after 14 days


Guwahati: Arunachal Pradesh youth Miram Taron will be finally reuniting with his family after 14 days since he was captured by China’s People’s Liberation Army (PLA) and released subsequently following the intervention of the Centre. 

The Indian Army is likely to hand over Miram Taron to his family this afternoon. 

Locals at Zido village are upbeat and busy making preparations to welcome Miram. 

Meanwhile, Northeast Live has accessed the first image of Miram’s homecoming, where he can be seen wearing a white jacket and posing for the photograph with his friend Johnny Yaying , who had escaped from the clutches of the PLA. 

It may be mentioned that Miram Taron was released by the Chinese PLA on Thursday last and handed over to the Indian Army at the Wacha Damai interaction point at Kibithu in Anjaw district of Arunachal Pradesh.

17-year-old Miram Taron spent over a week in the captivity of the Chinese PLA after he went missing on January 18.

The release comes after constant communication between the Indian Army and the PLA.

Taron along with his friend Johnny Yaying had gone missing from Bishing area of Tuting sub-division in Arunachal Pradesh‘s Upper Siang district close to the Indo-China international border.