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    Tibetans-in-exile Protest Chinese Regime's 'Re-education' Programs


    by NTDTelevision

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    Tibetans-in-exile gathered outside the Chinese Embassy in India's national capital on Sunday—to protest against the Chinese regime's patriotic re-education programs. It is an on-going attempt by the Chinese regime to control Buddhist practices in Tibet.

    On Sunday, young Tibetans-in-exile demonstrated outside the Chinese Embassy in New Delhi.

    They are protesting against the Chinese regime's patriotic re-education program—an attempt to control Tibetan religious and traditional practices.


    The protestors shouted slogans saying, "We want freedom." Many climbed up lampposts, holding anti-Chinese regime banners.


    Speaking from the police bus, a protester demanded the Chinese regime to free all political prisoners.

    [No Title Bar, 2nd Tibetan Protester]:
    "We need immediate release of all political prisoners including Panchen Lama. We need international delegation to Tibet. We need to stop patriotic re-education in Tibet. China should respond to all those demands immediately."

    Another protestor reiterates that Tibet was never part of China.

    [No Title Bar, 3rd Tibetan Protester]:
    "Tibet was never a part of China, there are no religions... in Tibet. All political prisoners were brutally killed and there are no rights in Tibet at all, there are no human rights in Tibet. Tibet was never a part of China."

    Chinese authorities have recently launched a re-education campaign, restricting religious activities at Kirti Monastery in Sichuan Province.

    The London-based Free Tibet group said seven monks set themselves on fire in protest—five just in the past two weeks.

    After the March self-immolation, Chinese authorities imprisoned three Tibetan monks. About 300 were detained for a month.

    According to Free Tibet, more are ready to sacrifice themselves to highlight the escalating crisis in Tibet.