Two Indian traders were held-up in China for several months over allegations of non-payment of dues to Chinese businessmen.
BJP said the hurried announcement made without obtaining a consensus on FDI, would wipe out Indian traders.
India reacted sharply to an article in the state-run media that defended kidnappings of Indian traders at China`s leading commodity trade hub in Yiwu.
Sino-India row over two Indian traders` prosecution deepened with New Delhi issuing 2nd advisory warning Indian businessmen against trading with Yiwu.
The government on Thursday said the two
Indian traders, who were mistreated in the Yiwu city of China,
are now safe in Shanghai.
Twelve of the 22 Indian traders, detained in China on charges of smuggling, will be
deported within a week following a Chinese court`s
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