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Free Tibet from Illegal Chinese Occupation. Protest in ‘Tibet Uprising Day’ in India and Nepal.

Free Tibet from Chinese Aggression. Return the Himalayan homeland of Tibet to the Tibetans. 

Tibetan exiles arrested at Chinese embassy in New Delhi and Protest in Kathmandu on anniversary of uprising.

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Protest in New Delhi.

HENB | New Delhi and Kathmandu | March 10, 2015:: On the demand of ‘Free Tibet’ from Chinese Aggression, the Tibetans in exile respectively vehemently opposed the Communist Govt of China to Free Tibet in the hands of Tibetan authorities linked with Dalai Lama now exiled in India. The Tibetans in Indian capital New Delhi and Nepali capital Kathmandu went to agitation on 1oth March against Communist aggression of China on Tibet since  1959 Tibetan uprising.

Indian police detained about a hundred exiled Tibetans protesting outside the Chinese Embassy in New Delhi on the anniversary of a failed 1959 uprising against China’s rule in Tibet.

Some protesters shouted “Free Tibet” and “Rise up for freedom”, while others tied themselves together with an iron link chain. Some Tibetan men had painted their bodies and faces in the yellow, blue and red colors of the Tibetan flag.

Police used mild force to disperse the crowd and detained several Tibetan students trying to reach the main gate of the embassy.

A scuffle broke out between the protesters and police, compelling Delhi Police officials to drag some of the protesters away.

“We don’t have freedom. We don’t have justice in Tibet. Tibet is our county. We don’t have freedom to stay there. We are here to study. Today is the day which we celebrate as national uprising day,” said a student who was detained by the police.

Activists said they were dedicating their action to the 130 Tibetans who have burnt themselves to death since 2009 to protest against Chinese rule in Tibet.

About 134,000 Tibetans live in exile, the vast majority in India or Nepal.

On this day in 1959 (10 March), hundreds of thousands of Tibetans risked their lives and poured into the streets of Lhasa and protested against the presence of the People’s Republic of China in Tibet.

Hundreds were killed as the Chinese government stamped out the rebellion. The failed uprising forced Tibetan spiritual leader the Dalai Lama to flee into exile in India.

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Protest in Kathmandu.

Ten Tibetans, including six women, were arrested in Nepal today for staging anti-China protests as Tibetan exiles marked the 55th anniversary of the failed uprising in their Himalayan homeland. Five Tibetans, including four women, were arrested from Naxal area in Kathmandu as they were heading towards the Chinese Consular office at Hattisar, Nepal Police spokesman Ganesh K C said.

Four others, including two women, were arrested from Swoyambhu Stupa, the oldest Buddhist stupa in the outskirts of Kathmandu, he said.

Another Tibetan was arrested from Pokhara, the tourist hub in western Nepal, he told PTI.

Nepal government has tightened security in and around Chinese Embassy, consular office and other sensitive areas to avert any untowards incident as Tibetans observed the 55th anniversary of the failed uprising against the Chinese rule in Tibet.

Nepal government has tightened security in and around Chinese Embassy, consular office and other sensitive areas to avert any untowards incident as Tibetans observed the 55th anniversary of the failed uprising against the Chinese rule in Tibet.

Despite heavy security, dozens of Tibetans staged protests shouting slogan ‘Free Tibet, we want justice’ and waving Tibetan flags.

March 10 is observed as ‘Revolutionary Day’ since 1959 in the memory of the failed Tibetan uprising that led their spiritual leader the Dalai Lama to flee to India from his homeland.

Nepal has been pursuing one-China policy, with the government committed not to allow any activity directed against its northern neighbour from its soil.

Hindu Existence Forum (hinduexistence@gmail.com)  fully conveys its solidarity to the fighting patriotic people of Tibet for Free Tibet as it was.

Source: IBT | Tibet Express.

One comment on “Free Tibet from Illegal Chinese Occupation. Protest in ‘Tibet Uprising Day’ in India and Nepal.

  1. S. K. Majumdar
    March 11, 2015

    china should immediately leave tibet and abandon her aggression policy whether in respect of India, Japan or Vietnam. Now-a-days, CHINA is the only country which is disturbing world peace

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