ndian mariners abandoned in Chinese waters for a while, including team individuals from MV Jag Anand, arrived at Japan on Monday and are probably going to arrive at India soon.

23 individuals from the payload transport MV Jag Anand, abandoned in Chinese waters since June, arrived at Japan and will get back in a day or two.

A representative for Great Eastern Shipping, proprietor of MV Jag Anand stated, “Ten group individuals have left for India on Monday, the rest 13 will leave on Tuesday. We are not revealing their appearance objective to look after protection. Our point is they arrive at their homes securely.”

The other boat MV Anastasia which has 16 Indian team individuals is additionally investigating the chance of a group change at its present situation at Caofeidian Anchorage, China. The Indian Embassy has kept in touch with Chinese experts for endorsement, sources said.

In a video shared by the group, 60-year old team part Gajanand Tandel, a capable sailor, said,”I am a senior resident and not ready to work. The temperature outside is – 3 degree Celsius. It would be ideal if you help us out of here.”

Gaurav Singh, 29, exploring official, is among 18 Indian group individuals on board the MV Anastasia at Caofedian Anchorage.

Gaurav Singh, an occupant of Pune, says, “We are glad that group of MV Jag Anand can leave China. Be that as it may, shouldn’t something be said about us? We are informed that a choice will be taken soon. Before long word bothers us as we have been hearing it for a half year. Give us a date. We are not being permitted to leave China. Food and water isn’t an issue, however there are some senior residents who need clinical consideration. There are rashes on our body because of chlorine water,” Singh said.