A delegation from the Tibetan parliament in exile meets an RJD MP and discusses the deteriorating human rights situation



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February 13, 2022 2:47 a.m. STI

New Delhi [India]Feb. 13 (ANI): A delegation from the Tibetan Parliament in Exile met Rashtriya Janata Dal (RJD) MP Amarendra Dhari Singh who raised the issue of Tibetans in Parliament and discussed the deteriorating human rights situation in the country by China.
“The Chinese have really suppressed not only Tibetans, but also Uyghurs, Hong Kongers and not only that, but beyond their borders. They have moved on to bullying tactics with India and many other countries” , declared Youdon Aukatsang, elected for the fourth time. of the Tibetan Parliament in Exile (TPIE) told ANI.
Earlier in February, Rajya Sabha MP Amarendra Dhari Singh raised the issue in parliament and said Tibetans had never accepted Chinese sovereignty and suzerainty.
Speaking further, Aukatsang said the human rights situation in Tibet has never been worse before.

Tibet has always been in crisis, not only us (Tibetans) but even Human Rights Watch demand the immediate release of political prisoners but the Chinese do not lend themselves to this. At the beginning of the year, we had two political prisoners who died in prison,” she added.
She also said that people in Tibet are not allowed to wear a picture of the Dalai Lama. “We are not allowed to talk about anything against the Chinese, there is no freedom of speech and expression. There are CCTV cameras everywhere.”
Highlighting how China has positioned itself in front of the world, a fourth-time elected member of the Tibetan Parliament-in-Exile said: “They brought Tibetans, Ughurs to show the world that everything is hunky-dory in China, but this is not the case. . Tibetans are subject to indoctrination in China, they try to assimilate us completely into their culture. We are annihilated. We are becoming a minority in our own country.
The delegation also thanked MP for raising the issue of Tibet in Parliament.
“Tibet is really tortured by the Chinese government, if you see ethnically, culturally, socially, there is nothing in common between Tibetans and Chinese,” said Amarendra Dhari Singh, adding that “I raised this question in Parliament because I found that we remain in a very hostile area.”
Tibet was a sovereign state before the Chinese invasion in 1950, when the People’s Liberation Army (PLA) entered northern Tibet. (ANI)