Eight Out Of 19 Laborers Missing From Arunachal Were Traced

Eight of the 19 construction workers from Assam who went missing on July 13 from Kurung Kume district in Arunachal Pradesh have been traced and rescued. Medical aid has been provided to them. Indian Air Force helicopters are currently engaged in search and rescue operations. The search for the remaining 11 laborers is still on. An official associated with the rescue said that the laborers who have been searched have been found to be very weak.

Let us inform that 19 laborers went missing on July 13 in Kurung Kume district of Arunachal Pradesh, bordering the Chinese border. These laborers used to work in road construction for a project under the Border Roads Organization (BRO) in the remote Huri area of ​​Damin subdivision of the district on the Indo-China international border. These were hired by a local private contractor. All these laborers are residents of Assam. It is noteworthy that this area comes under the Lok Sabha constituency of Union Minister Kirin Rijiju.

The laborers had left the camp on the night of July 5 without informing the contractor.
According to the information, all of them wanted to go home on Eid, but the contractor did not give them leave. The laborers left the camp on the night of July 5 without informing the contractor. It was later found that they went missing. The local people themselves searched them a lot earlier, but when somehow no clue was found, they informed the police.

These eight laborers were rescued
The eight laborers who have been rescued include Abdul Ali, Majidul Ali, Monowar Hussain, Joynayyar Ali, Inamul Hussain, Khairul Islam, Hamidul Hussain and Ibrahim Ali.

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Eight of the 19 construction workers from Assam who went missing on July 13 from Kurung Kume district in Arunachal Pradesh have been traced and rescued. Medical aid has been provided to them. Indian Air Force helicopters are currently engaged in search and rescue operations. The search for the remaining 11 laborers is still on. An official associated with the rescue said that the laborers who have been searched have been found to be very weak.

Let us inform that 19 laborers had gone missing on July 13 in Kurung Kume district of Arunachal Pradesh bordering the Chinese border, whose clue was not found. These laborers used to work in road construction for a project under the Border Roads Organization (BRO) in the remote Huri area of ​​Damin subdivision of the district on the Indo-China international border. These were hired by a local private contractor. All these laborers are residents of Assam. It is noteworthy that this area comes under the Lok Sabha constituency of Union Minister Kirin Rijiju.

The laborers had left the camp on the night of July 5 without informing the contractor.

According to the information, all of them wanted to go home on Eid, but the contractor did not give them leave. The laborers left the camp on the night of July 5 without informing the contractor. It was later found that they went missing. The local people themselves searched them a lot earlier, but when somehow no clue was found, they informed the police.

These eight laborers were rescued

The eight laborers who have been rescued include Abdul Ali, Majidul Ali, Monowar Hussain, Joynayyar Ali, Inamul Hussain, Khairul Islam, Hamidul Hussain and Ibrahim Ali.

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