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Indian envoy meets Chinese soldier who was stuck in India

Press Trust of India  |  Beijing 

India's ambassador to Vijay Gokhale has Wang Qi, the Chinese soldier who was stuck in for over five decades after he had crossed the border during the 1962 war.

Gokhale 77-year-old Wang and his family including his son Vishnua Wang, daughter-in-Neha and granddaughter Khanak during their visit to yesterday.



The ambassador enquired about their stay in and assured all support, a twitter message posted by the embassy said.

Deputy ambassador Amit Narang has hosted a lunch for them, the embassy officials said.

Wang who arrived in his native village near Xian last month for the fist time after over 54 years is currently touring and expected to return to his village in the next few days and later decide his plans to return to

Wangwas caught when he entered the Indian territory shortly after the Sino-War of 1962.

He was later released from jail and settled in Tirodi village of Balaghat district in where he married a local woman.

Wang returned to on February 11 after and worked out modalities for bothWangand his Indian family to travel together to and later return as per their wish and stayed near Xian meeting friends and relatives.

(This story has not been edited by Business Standard staff and is auto-generated from a syndicated feed.)

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Indian envoy meets Chinese soldier who was stuck in India

India's ambassador to China Vijay Gokhale has met Wang Qi, the Chinese soldier who was stuck in India for over five decades after he had crossed the border during the 1962 war. Gokhale met 77-year-old Wang and his family including his son Vishnua Wang, daughter-in-law Neha and granddaughter Khanak during their visit to Beijing yesterday. The ambassador enquired about their stay in China and assured all support, a twitter message posted by the embassy said. Deputy ambassador Amit Narang has hosted a lunch for them, the embassy officials said. Wang who arrived in his native village near Xian last month for the fist time after over 54 years is currently touring Beijing and expected to return to his village in the next few days and later decide his plans to return to India. Wangwas caught when he entered the Indian territory shortly after the Sino-India War of 1962. He was later released from jail and settled in Tirodi village of Balaghat district in Madhya Pradesh where he married ... India's ambassador to Vijay Gokhale has Wang Qi, the Chinese soldier who was stuck in for over five decades after he had crossed the border during the 1962 war.

Gokhale 77-year-old Wang and his family including his son Vishnua Wang, daughter-in-Neha and granddaughter Khanak during their visit to yesterday.

The ambassador enquired about their stay in and assured all support, a twitter message posted by the embassy said.

Deputy ambassador Amit Narang has hosted a lunch for them, the embassy officials said.

Wang who arrived in his native village near Xian last month for the fist time after over 54 years is currently touring and expected to return to his village in the next few days and later decide his plans to return to

Wangwas caught when he entered the Indian territory shortly after the Sino-War of 1962.

He was later released from jail and settled in Tirodi village of Balaghat district in where he married a local woman.

Wang returned to on February 11 after and worked out modalities for bothWangand his Indian family to travel together to and later return as per their wish and stayed near Xian meeting friends and relatives.

(This story has not been edited by Business Standard staff and is auto-generated from a syndicated feed.)

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Indian envoy meets Chinese soldier who was stuck in India

India's ambassador to Vijay Gokhale has Wang Qi, the Chinese soldier who was stuck in for over five decades after he had crossed the border during the 1962 war.

Gokhale 77-year-old Wang and his family including his son Vishnua Wang, daughter-in-Neha and granddaughter Khanak during their visit to yesterday.

The ambassador enquired about their stay in and assured all support, a twitter message posted by the embassy said.

Deputy ambassador Amit Narang has hosted a lunch for them, the embassy officials said.

Wang who arrived in his native village near Xian last month for the fist time after over 54 years is currently touring and expected to return to his village in the next few days and later decide his plans to return to

Wangwas caught when he entered the Indian territory shortly after the Sino-War of 1962.

He was later released from jail and settled in Tirodi village of Balaghat district in where he married a local woman.

Wang returned to on February 11 after and worked out modalities for bothWangand his Indian family to travel together to and later return as per their wish and stayed near Xian meeting friends and relatives.

(This story has not been edited by Business Standard staff and is auto-generated from a syndicated feed.)

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