Monday, July 6, 2009

Nepal: Tibetan leaders from India gather in Mustang

Nepal: Tibetan leaders from India gather in Mustang


News reports quoting sources in the district of Mustang have it that the declared pro-Tibet agitators have converged in the Marpha Tibetan Refugee Camp, to mark the 74thbirthday of the Tibetan Buddhist Cleric, the Dalai Lama.

“The Tibetan Refugees are all set to organize yet another round of anti-China activities in Nepal…this time being based in Mustang” reports coming all the way from Mustang disclose.

“They have chosen Mustang as there is the feeble presence of Chinese security personnel on the other side of the border”, report quoting experts add.

High ranking Tibetan leaders have also arrived at the camp all the way from Dharmasala, India, source further reveals.

Activities of the Tibetan Refugees have all of a sudden increased in Mustang, reports quoting local journalist Tilak Biswokarma further disclose.

Some four hundred Tibetan refugees living in Kathmandu and Pokhara, chairman of Tibetan Youth Congress-India, Chewang Rinzin, and the general secretary of Tibetan Women Association,Chiring Yangjom, have all gathered in Mustang, adds report.

The Kantipur Daily had earlier reported that only three months back the “Tibetan Youth Congress” was formed with the slogan of Free Tibet at the Tibetan Refugee Camp in Mustang, led by Therchan Lama.

The four hundred Tibetan refugees are all set to organize a rally, today July 6, 2009, report continues.
To recall, Mustang in the recent months has seen the arrival of the US, French,, India, Finnish and the Phillipino envoys.
However, what were the real motives of these diplomats in visiting Mustang is yet unknown.
However, what is known is that after the arrival of these envoys in Mustang, anti-China activities have heightened in this particular area that borders Tibet on the other side.
How the Chinese regime tackles this continued onslaught on Tibet will have to be watched.
2009-07-06 11:58:20

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