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Dr. Lobsang Sangay had assumed the Office of the Chief on the Tibetan Exile Cabinet on August 08, 2011. On his maiden visit to United States, he spoke to the press on Wednesday, November 02, at the National Press Club. He had urged the Obama administration to take a stronger stance of Tibet as China’s repressive policy is pushing Tibetans to desperation.

 I am not surprised to read that Tibetans are expressing their sense of resentment and frustration by acts of self-immolation. I grew up in India and I am proud to be an Indian because of the Courage displayed by Rani Padmini of Chittorgarh while she had confronted her enemy. She had preserved her Essence by ending her Existence. She had acted as an Individual who had faced a tough challenge posed by her enemy’s intention to violate her and dishonor her spiritual Essence. In Tibet, I describe the problem as that of foreign occupation. The foreign invader had imposed his identity across the Land of Tibet. Historically, Tibetans had witnessed foreign conquests, but the Land was never subjugated by the invading forces. The Tibetan Identity has survived and the foreign domination died its natural death. The occupation by Communist China had not only disrupted the natural sense of freedom enjoyed by Tibetans, but also it is wiping out the Identity of the Land of Tibet and all of its denizens. As long as Tibetans are conscious of their Identity, they would continue to resist foreign occupation. The international community must not remain as silent spectators. The global community of nations had responded in the past to help Jews and to stop Nazi persecution of Jews. Communist China must be contained and the Land known as Tibet must exist with its own Identity and we should not recognize occupation as a final event.

I am pleased to share an article written by Bahukutumbi Raman. Mr. Raman had served in Intelligence Bureau along with Mr. R. N. Kao who got appointed as Secretary(Research) of India’s Research and Analysis Wing from 1968 to 1977. Mr. Raman had also served as Additional Secretary, Cabinet Secretariat, Government of India. If my recollection is correct, both Mr. R. N. Kao and Mr. B. Raman had visited my Organization during 1971 while I had served under the Command of Major General Sujan Singh Uban, the Inspector General of Special Frontier Force.


Special Frontier Force is a multinational defense plan to establish Freedom and Democracy in the occupied Land of Tibet.



Dr. R. Rudra Narasimham, B.Sc., M.B.B.S.,
Service Number: MS-8466. Rank: Captain. Branch: AMC/SSC (& Number. MR-03277K Rank Major AMC/DPC)
Medical Officer, South Column, Operation Eagle(1971-1972),
Directorate General of Security,
Office of Inspector General Special Frontier Force,
East Block V, Level IV, R. K. Puram,
New Delhi – 110 022



Tibetan Unrest shows Signs of Spreading from Sichuan to Tibet

By B. Raman 2/11/2011

The unrest of Tibetan monks, which has so far led to 10 attempts to commit self-immolation –seven of them successful resulting in deaths— in Western Sichuan, is now showing signs of spreading to Tibet. However, there are no reports so far of any attempted self-immolation in Tibet.
2. The unrest in Tibet is showing signs of taking a more violent form directed against Han targets instead of self-immolation. The Chinese authorities have banned all religious activities at the historic Karma monastery in Tibet’s Chamdo prefecture following a bomb explosion at a government building there on October 26, 2011. It has been reported that nearly all the monks at the monastery in the Dzagyu Karma township where the blast occurred have fled from the area, fearing that they might be arrested and detained in a military detention camp as the Chinese have done to a large number of monks of the Kirti monastery in Western Sichuan following the first incident of self-immolation of a young monk in March last.
3. For some week now, there have been reports of anger among the Tibetans in the Dzagyu Karma area over the re-settlement of a large number of Hans from other provinces in the rural areas under the pretext of undertaking development projects for the Tibetans. Before the blast, anonymous leaflets circulating in the area had warned as follows: “Anyone who settles in the rural area should speak Tibetan. Otherwise, we will not accept them. If this policy of settling Chinese in Tibetan rural areas is not stopped, we will protest and may be forced to resort to violence.”
4. After the blast, Chinese security forces surrounded the Karma monastery, on the eastern bank of the Dzachu River in Chamdo (in Chinese, Changdu) prefecture and founded in the 12th century. They allegedly suspected that monks in the monastery were behind the blast, which badly damaged the building but caused no casualties. The Chinese security forces claimed to have found in the area of the blast posters and leaflets calling for Tibetan independence.
5. Fearing that the Tibetan refugees in Nepal (about 20,000) may play a role in spreading the unrest to Tibet from Nepalese territory, the Chinese Embassy in Kathmandu is reported to have stepped up pressure on the Nepalese Government to arrest what the Embassy described as the splittist elements in the local Tibetan refugee community. Chinese concerns have increased following an attempt by some members of the Tibetan refugee community in Nepal to hold a prayer meeting in memory of those who committed self-immolation in Sichuan. Following pressure from the Chinese Embassy, the Nepalese authorities are reported to have arrested about 100 refugees who participated in the prayer meeting.
6.In the meanwhile, Lobsang Sangay, the newly elected head of the Tibetan Government-in-exile in Dharamshala, has arrived in Washington DC to testify before a Congressional Committee on the human rights situation in the Tibetan areas of China. While expressing his readiness for talks with the Chinese authorities, he blamed the Chinese refusal to accept the reality of the ground situation in the Tibetan areas for the continuing unrest. He added: “The actions of Tibetans who pour gasoline over themselves are clear indications of their desperation and frustration and of the urgency of the situation inside Tibet.”


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