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Arunachal youth reunites with family who was handed over to army by PLA

The Indian Army on Monday handed over an Arunachal Pradesh youth to his family four days after the Chinese army handed him to the army, nine days after he went missing.  

Miram Taron, a 19-year-old Arunachal Pradesh resident, had gone missing while hunting along the Indo-China border on January 18. He was given a grand reception by the villagers of Tuting (Zido). He was handed over to his family in the presence of the local leaders and Upper Siang District Additional Deputy Commissioner Starlie Jamoh. 

After the boy went missing, the Indian Army immediately approached the PLA on a hotline to trace and secure the safe return of the boy and shared his identity details with the Chinese military. Finally, on January 27 Miram was handed over to the Indian Army at Damai Border Personnel Meeting Point.  

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