Two Indian delegates held during China hotel raid
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The delegation of United Cycles Parts and Manufacturers Association (UCPMA) that had gone to China for a `technology exchange' programme will return to the city on Wednesday morning. Though a 64-member delegation had gone on April 24, only 62 will be coming on Wednesday.
The remaining two have been detained by China in an anti-prostitution raid from a hotel. They will be coming back on May 6, confirmed UCPMA Chairman Manjit Singh Khalsa.
The two of them are now in police custody. He stated that though they will be listening to them once they reach home, the Association has decided to expel them from membership.
In addition to this, the micro small and medium enterprises (MSMEs) too have taken a decision not to give any subsidy of the tour to these two who were held by the Chinese police for illegal activities in the name of business tour.
The Association members stated that the name of the Association has been defamed because of this act and next time they will be more strict in screening members before allowing them to go on any foreign tour.
The delegation had gone under the leadership of Association President Gurmeet Singh Kular.
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