TEZPUR, Dec 11: The Bharat Tibet Samannay Sangha wrapped up a two-day conference in Tezpur with an awareness march on Sunday. The march, organised in conjunction with the Indo-Tibetan Coordination Association’s conference on World Human Rights Day, called for a ban on Chinese goods and advocated for the liberation of Tibet from Chinese rule. Tezpur MLA Prithviraj Rabha participated in the rally.
The association has been actively working to build public opinion against what they claim is China’s strategic encroachment on Indian soil and its economy. The rally featured anti-Chinese posters and banners, and participants voiced opposition to China’s proposed construction of a large dam on the Brahmaputra River.
Following the awareness march, a district-level office bearer from Madhya Pradesh asserted that China had suffered significant economic losses due to past bans on Chinese goods in India. He highlighted India’s successful bans on various Chinese products during recent Diwali celebrations.
The Indo-Tibetan Coordination Association has long been advocating for the liberation of Tibet from Chinese occupation, citing China’s control over all parts of Tibet. The association plans to present a series of demands and resolutions during the session, seeking solidarity from various states in the country to support the liberation of Tibetans. The association expressed concerns about China’s alleged threats to Tibetans in Ladakh and Arunachal Pradesh.