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Sources : In Tibet since March-2008, a minimum 219 Tibetians have been confirmed killed, 6705 arrested, 1294 injured, 286 given harsh sentences for varied terms and many others have been reported missing. Will Human Rights Commission and UN support Dalai Lama's movement ?

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Asked by vijay Joshi, 30 Sep '09 01:29 pm
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219 Tibetians killed? Dude, that's less than the number of people that die in religious riots in India. 286 being given harsh sentences? We have the ENTIRE TRIBAL BELT given a harsh sentence by our govt, don't forget!

The Dalai Lama ain't no angel, he ran a feudalistic slave running society. U need to take a look at the other side of the story 2 dude:

http://en.showchina.org/Features/tpp/index.htm

Under the Dalai Lama, Tibet was worse than Bihar. Today, it's more developed than the most developed state in India, in terms of HDI. Only people in Tibet who support Dalai Lama are the religious class, other common folk stand firmly behind the PLA.

If the MASSES OF TIBET were behind the Dalai Lama, uit wouldn't have been 219 Tibetians killed, it would've been something like 21,900. or 219,000. And number of ppl given harsh sentences wouldn't be 286 but would be 28,600 or 286,000.
Answered by A Moin, 08 Dec '10 09:01 pm

 
  
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Dalai Lama and other leaders sought asylum in India which was granted by Pandit Jawaharlal Nehru, the first Prime Minister of Independent India. Dalai Lama formed a government of Tibet in exile in India.
Pandit Nehru who went to United Nations Organization after first Indo-Pakistan war, a result of Pakistans occupation of major portions of Kashmir in 1948, which subsequently became the Pakistan Occupied Kashmir (POK). The result was that Nehru never got a good solution by going to UNO in the case of POK. India failed to get any support from the newly created UNO which was more siding Pakistan with people belonging to UK and USA providing more support to Pakistan. By that time Nehru felt that going to UNO would be futile and advised Dalai Lama to directly talk to China instead of going to UNO.
This suggestion to Tibetans was a mistake done by Nehru after his experience with UNO in the case of Kashmir problem. Tibetans would have received better support had they approached UNO. Just ...more
Answered by QueSera Sera, 30 Sep '09 01:52 pm

 
  
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