Advisory issued for Chinese in India; heres all about it
The Chinese government is clearly worried over many of its citizens being prosecuted or even detained by Indian law enforcement agencies in view of the violations they may have committed.
Thus the Chinese embassy has now gone ahead and told its citizens in India to ensure respect towards local laws and not to go to areas restricted to foreigners.
The warning issued by the Chinese Embassy in New Delhi on Thursday comes a day after a media report said that a Chinese citizen, suspected to be a spy, has been detained near the India-Myanmar border in Manipur.
The advisory is said to have been issued in Mandarin language and it advises the Chinese citizens to not go to the areas restricted to foreigners without the government’s permission.
It need be mentioned that a 55-year-old Chinese national, identified as Qin Min Xiv Xiang, was nabbed a few days ago from a place near Moreh along the Myanmar border in Manipur’s Tengnoupal district.
He was reportedly in possession of Chinese, Vietnamese and Myanmarese documents and foreign currencies. A pen drive and a compass were recovered from him. >