外文标题：2 Indian traders stranded in China sent back home
BEIJING: Two Indian traders, who were held-up in China for several months over allegations of non-payment of dues to Chinese businessmen, have been sent back to India after intense diplomatic efforts.
The two -- Shyam Sunder Agarwal and Deepak Raheja -- were sent back to India two weeks ago.
Their return to India was announced by external affairs minister Salman Khurshid here last night after his talks with his counterpart Wang Yi.
They were facing several cases of non-payment of dues to the traders at the Chinese trade hub of Yiwu.
Both Agarwal and Raheja denied the allegations, saying that they were only employees of a trading firm run by a Yemeni national who reportedly fled without paying dues.
The two were initially kidnapped by local traders. Later they were rescued at the intervention of India.
The two were under a travel ban, but as the cases prolonged against them they were allowed to go to India alternatively on the ground that they return back.
The two traders shifted their residence from Shanghai to Guangzhou to do some odd jobs but now they were allowed to permanently return to India.
They also paid some amount to meet the demands of the local traders.
Chittaranjan Gupta (Mumbai)
Welcome back home. Better late than never.
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WHat the hell were they doing there??
I won't be surprised if the Yemeni National was infact the employee.... and these 2 guys were the real owners. Notorious Agarwals!
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Lucky chaps, returned back alive!
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Thomas Cheenath (India)
in every country the law of the land must prevail...
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pradeep sharma (Toronto) replies to Thomas Cheenath
These two are lucky enough not to end up in the hot pot.Thank God millions times and don' go there again.
I knw abt this perception tat agarwals mabe responsible but it is also a fact tat chinese are big cheaters and extort money by using girl matters.
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Swati Saini (Karnatka)
Are we safe in our own country? The chances of getting murdered are increasing day by day and it has more than doubled in a decade .There is no one to take responsibility. Masters and police are sleeping.Follow Shri Narendra Modi at @narendramodi on Twitter with #NaMo4P #NaMoForce.
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There is no word from our foreign minister on why these 2 were held and tortured for non payment by their employers??? What have we done with the chinese engineers responsible for the crash of a plant at NALCO?
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Same like in Europe.... these arabs, turks come here take assylum on humanity ground, then get public fund as loan amount to start their life....... then these lazy rather than working hard use this loan money for their personal use and one day u will find shop is closed and arab ran away..................the way Indian or chineses or Pakistani work hard to survive and make their life better really amaze locals
oh no! . How can this be.
Kya jaroorat tha in marwadiyon ko bachane ki...i'm hundred percent sure these marwadi's were at fault...bloody shameless cheaters...they are solely responsible for corruption that exist today in india...
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Good in the end all things end well and the stranded people are finally back in the Country God bless and hope they will be careful in the future business deals
Min hao (Taiwan)
many indian traders r dishonest,barbaric and ungracious,and not just China they r the most unwanted group in everycountry.
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