Two Jawans Missing In Arunachal Pradesh For 14 Days

According to reports, they have been missing since May 28.
Two Jawans Missing In Arunachal Pradesh For 14 Days
Two Indian army jawans posted in Arunachal Pradesh are missing for 14 days | REPRESENTATIVE

Two soldiers of the 7th Garhwal Rifles of the Indian army who were posted in Arunachal Pradesh are missing for the last two weeks.

The missing army men have been identified as Harendra Negi and Prakash Singh Rana, both residents of Uttarakhand.

According to reports, they have been missing since May 28.

Rana’s wife and family were informed about his missing on May 29. Later on June 9, families of both the soldiers were informed that the two were believed to have drowned in a river, reported India Today.

The wife of Rana said that they have been waiting for the last 14 days for a message from him.

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However, the army officials have not issued a statement in the matter or returned her phone calls, according to the report.

On the other hand, the family of Negi claimed that it was difficult for them to believe that no one knew about the drowning of the two soldiers.

Negi’s wife demanded an explanation from the army as to why they have not been kept informed.

Meanwhile, Union minister of state for defence, Ajay Bhatt has been sent the details of the missing jawans.

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