Chinese trio held by Indian troops near Line of Actual Control

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    Chinese trio held by Indian troops near Line of Actual Control
    Chinese trio held by Indian troops near Line of Actual Control - India - DNA

    The three men, identified as Adil, Salamo and Abdul Khaliq, were nabbed inside the Indian territory on June 12 near Sultanchku and it took nearly 10 days for the authorities to make them give their name, official sources said.


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    After dealing with the PLA incursion last month, army personnel have now apprehended three persons of Chinese origin along the Line of Actual Control (LAC) carrying political maps in Arabic language in the same area.

    The three men, identified as Adil, Salamo and Abdul Khaliq, were nabbed inside the Indian territory on June 12 near Sultanchku and it took nearly 10 days for the authorities to make them give their name, official sources said.

    All the three men are Sunni Muslims aged between 18 and 23 with fair complexion but their language was not comprehensible, they said.

    The three men -- one of whom is one-eyed -- were at present in the custody at Murgo post and efforts were on to comprehend their language which did not have any similarity with either Chinese or Balti spoken in Pakistan-occupied- Kashmir's Baltistan.

    It was also not clear where from they had come as the nearest habitation across the LAC was in North of Karakoram range. Authorities are working on the possibility that they could have entered through either Raki Nallah, Jeevan Nallah or North of Daulat Beig Oldie, where Indian and Chinese troops had a face-off for nearly 21 days from April 15 to May five.

    The three men, who are well built, cannot be interrogated until they are brought to Leh town where translators could be used to understand their language, the sources said.

    There was a possibility that the language could be Yarkandi spoken in Xinjiang province, close to Pakistan- occupied-Kashmir and touches DBO tip in north of Ladakh. The area has a huge Uyghur population.

    Both summer and winter road connectivity to this post were cut off due to bad weather in Ladakh region this year. Now the authorities have sought permission to airlift the trio to Ladakh for a detailed questioning.
     
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    So now Pakis training & using Ughuris to infiltrate?
     
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    The three men, identified as Adil, Salamo and Abdul Khaliq, were nabbed inside the Indian territory on June 12 near Sultanchku and it took nearly 10 days for the authorities to make them give their name, official sources said.

    All the three men are Sunni Muslims aged between 18 and 23 with fair complexion but their language was not comprehensible, they said.
     
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    Sultan-chusku ( where the sultan rests) is on the old caravan route.
    So, the trio must have followed the old route to enter into India.And their incomprehensible language must be Yarkandi or other language spoken in that area.

    They must have tried to escape out of China through the historical route.
    Their connection to law and order situation inside China cannot be ruled out. Must have tried to escape punishment by fleeing out of China.

    But, even after many days of their capture, they have not being properly interrogated due to lack of an translator doesn't speak well of the management of the situation by the authorities.
     
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    arnabmit Homo Communis Indus Senior Member

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    This is the area near Kataklik Lungpa right?

    https://maps.google.com/?ll=34.925349,78.098717&spn=0.123715,0.264187&t=h&z=13

     
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    Authorities not familiar with vise grips?
     
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    +1, good one.

    I think, even better tools are available.
     
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    In addition to OP news article.

     
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    We should use them against chinese ie if we are clever.
     
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    Improvised swords and knives? Sounds like they were linked to those Xinjiang attacks of a few days ago.

    Does India want to harbor killers? If not, they should be turned over to China forthwith.
     
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    This DNA newspaper has always come across as a substandard and over-hyped piece of trash. Here is why (see in red):

     
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    :facepalm:

    They are in custody, we are not harboring them. If you did notice, they have broken Indian laws too. They wold be tried here before(if) they are extradited to China
     
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    May be, they are anti socials.
    But why do you think India will harbor killers( if they are and even if they aren't)?

    Do you know, the new border management pact under discussion has that clause.
    Every one crossing the LAC ( except the Tibetans) will be returned back to their respective sides of origin.
    Why would we discuss that, if we have other plans as your statement suggests.
    Also, why would we declare their presence the first place if we have some plans for them?

    For this case, repatriation will be done if required, after through investigation.

    Shoot this mis-directed statement to some one else with necessary modification, who has a habit of doing the same.
     
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    These things confuse as to who they are, who they represent and what is their mission:

    1.The three men, identified as Adil, Salamo and Abdul Khaliq,

    2. political maps in Arabic language in the same area.

    3. efforts were on to comprehend their language which did not have any similarity with either Chinese or Balti spoken in Pakistan-occupied- Kashmir's Baltistan.

    4. possibility that the language could be Yarkandi spoken in Xinjiang province,

    Are they Chinese agents?

    Or, are they Uighurs who are against the Chinese?

    Or, are they Pakistanis working for Pakistan/ China?
     
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    :):):hookah::pakistan:
     
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    If they are UIghurs, then they should be interrogated to learn more about what is the issues they have with the Chinese.

    If they ask for political asylum, India will have a tough time since India is a signatory to the UN Convention on Refugees.

    Do India and China have an Extradition Treaty?

    If not, then they cannot be handed over and instead be tried by Indian courts as illegal immigrants.
     
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    Having maps in some Arab dialect implies their possibility of being an Uighur could be lesser. Else, those maps should have been in some Turk dialect, right ?
     
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    EDIT: Double Post.
     
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