Tibetan PM-in-exile seeks India's support

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  1. Impluseblade

    Impluseblade Regular Member

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    Tibetan PM-in-exile seeks India's support - The Times of India

    NAGPUR: The prime minister of Tibetan government-in-exile LobsangSangay said here on Thursday it was time for the Tibetans and India to join forces and use the combined strength to liberate Tibet from clutches of China. "India faces a grave threat from China and it is in its interests to have a free and independent Tibet as an ally," said Sangay.

    The Tibetan PM-in-exile was on a brief visit to the city during which he met RSS functionaries at Reshimbagh. Pracharak of RSS' west region Sunil Deshpande specially reached here from Pune to receive Sangay at the airport and soon afterwards returned for a scheduled meeting. Sangay addressed Tibetan supporters and Buddhists who had gathered at the airport. The Tibetan supporters were led by Ashok Mendhe of Indo-Tibetan Friendship Society

    He later visited Deekshabhoomi and paying respects to Babasaheb Ambedkar remembered that in 1954 Ambedkar had realized that China was a major threat for India and even at that time wanted India to accord official recognition to Tibet. But that could not happen. "India is land of Buddha and is holy for us Tibetans. The age-old ties between the two remain and we look towards India for protection and support," said Sangay. He then proceeded to Reshimbagh where he addressed a group of senior RSS functionaries.

    Two years ago, Tibetans living in India for the first time participated in elections to form a government in exile headquartered at Dharamsala in Himachal Pradesh. Sangay, who had come for the election campaign to Vidarbha, was now on a maiden visit after his election. He later left for Gothangaon settlement camp in Gondia district where the community members gave him a rousing reception.

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    What do Tibetans want, "middle way" or independent? Who represents Tibetans, Sangay or dalai lama or neither?
     
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  3. amoy

    amoy Senior Member Senior Member

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    lama or llama are becoming India's burden not China's. they'll start their infighting before fighting China. they'll bite the arm that feeds'em.

    cant take doublespeak like "middle way" seriously.

    sit tight and wait for the show.

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  4. Impluseblade

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    hehe, I know. Just wait and see. Sangay seems to be another outspoken prime minister, like Aso in Japan. Is Sangay actually trying to help China by making this bold statement?
     
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    t_co Senior Member Senior Member

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    What's more interesting is how Sangay feels like he can speak for Chinese and Indian citizens of Tibetan descent on an issue that might endanger all of their lives - and those of their wives and children. Guy must be drinking some serious kool-aid.
     
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    desicanuk Regular Member

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    Certainly not PRC!!
     
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    desicanuk Regular Member

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    Sit tight and wait for the show.

    We are!!Looking forward to see the day when you are ejected by the people you have colonised - Tibet,East Turkestan and Inner Mongolia.
     
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    Well, You have to alive long enough to see it.
     
  9. Bhadra

    Bhadra Defence Professionals Defence Professionals Senior Member

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    PLA men like you can issue threats and threats ....... and threats...
     
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    Bhadra Defence Professionals Defence Professionals Senior Member

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    Tibetans ruled large part of China for a long time .. you seem to have forgotten that
     
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    What r u trying to said?:confused:
     
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    Bhadra Defence Professionals Defence Professionals Senior Member

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    I am trying to say history repeats itself......
     
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    Will English rule India again?
    History is not reality.
     
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    English rules the world, mate. For eternity.

    The language, not the people :troll:
     
  15. Bhadra

    Bhadra Defence Professionals Defence Professionals Senior Member

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    When history repeats itself, the form and content are different. It is like one day the CCP behemoth will crumble and Japanese will own the Chinese market...
    It might not be a physical occupation.

    Like India will once more capture China with her noble ideas and ideology in the fashion Buddhism once did.
     
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    I lived to see Berlin Wall and the Soviet Union fall.I can't wait to see the next colonial empire to fall - PRC!!
     
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    or India will fall in the hands of British.

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    Sorry, son, you already lost China to Macdonalds and Starbucks. Try again in the next millennium.
     
  19. CCTV

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    Well , how long do you need to wait? And how many years you left?
     
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    Looks like China is going to lose itself to childhood obesity. :tsk:
     
  21. Ray

    Ray The Chairman Defence Professionals Moderator

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    He will never get it from this weak kneed Indian Govt.

    China can rest in Peace!
     

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