New Delhi: The Tibetan government-in-exile has strongly condemned the Chinese language Embassy`s letter to Indian parliamentarians and mentioned that Tibet has by no means been part of China.
“We condemn such letter which was despatched to the Indian Parliament members and as a democratic nation, the Parliament members have their rights to take a look at what they suppose and over the past, so a few years, we’ve got so many helps and solidarities from the Indian parliamentarians and plenty of nice leaders of India. So there was a practice,” a spokesperson of Tibetan government-in-exile Tenzin Lakshay mentioned.
“The truth is, all-party Indian parliamentary discussion board for Tibet was in existence since 1970. It was in continuation below the management of many nice Indian leaders. So this letter in truth in case you have a look at the content material of the letter it was a purely propagandist letter that threatens Indian parliament members to not intrude in Tibetan affairs.
Lakshay mentioned, “The letter mentioned that Tibet was traditionally part of China since historical instances which was not true. However Tibet was an occupied state after the PRC was shaped in 1959 and we’ve got been dwelling in exile for the final 60 years.”
“However the letter mentioned that Central Tibetan administration is an unlawful separatist political group. We reject that with a affirmation that the central Tibetan administration is engaged on a coverage which is a center approach coverage to get real autonomy inside the framework of the Chinese language structure,” added Lakshay.
Stressing that this isn’t about separatism, Lakshay mentioned that it’s about keen to combine to share and to fulfil the aspirations of Tibetan individuals inside Tibet.
“So we reject the content material of the letter utterly and hope that the Chinese language leaders have a knowledge with a brand new 12 months coming, they’ve the knowledge to fulfil the aspirations of Tibetan individuals and resume the dialogue to resolve the Sino-Tibet battle,” mentioned Lakshay.
The condemnation got here after Zhou Yongsheng, political counsellor, Chinese language Embassy to India, wrote a letter to members of the Indian parliament for attending an occasion held by all occasion Indian parliamentary discussion board for Tibet and their interplay with Tibetan parliamentarians in exile earlier this month.