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Bharat Tibet Samannay Sangha concludes two-day conference

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HT Correspondent

TEZPUR, Dec 12: The Bharat Tibet Samannay Sangha wrapped up its two-day conference in Tezpur with an awareness march on Sunday, urging a ban on Chinese goods and advocating for the freedom of Tibet from Chinese rule. The rally, organised in conjunction with the second day of the Indo-Tibetan Coordination Association’s conference on World Human Rights Day, saw participation from Tezpur MLA Prithviraj Rabha.

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The association, dedicated to raising awareness against alleged strategic encroachments by China on Indian soil and its economy, displayed anti-Chinese posters and banners during the rally. Participants also voiced opposition to China’s proposed construction of a major dam on the Brahmaputra River. Following the conclusion of the awareness march at Kalabhumi, a district-level representative of the association from Madhya Pradesh asserted that the ban on Chinese goods in the country has inflicted a substantial economic setback on China. He highlighted India’s success in prohibiting numerous Chinese products during the recent Diwali festival.

The Indo-Tibetan Coordination Association has persistently advocated for the liberation of Tibet from Chinese occupation, citing China’s control over all regions of Tibet. The association is set to formulate a series of demands and resolutions during the session, garnering solidarity from various states across the country for the liberation of Tibetans. The representative emphasised that China continues to pose threats to Tibetans in Ladakh, as well as in Arunachal Pradesh.

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