Growing Indian diplomacy stand with China bares Tibetan freedom of expression and speech

H.H the Dalai Lama and Tibetan government aborted war against Chinese government and invaded by military force in 1959. The Dalai Lama and thousands of his followers sought out refugees in India since then continued attempting treacherous and harrowing journey by Tibetan to India till late 2008. There has been ostensible development of intolerant by Indian government to Tibetan protest against Chinese government whilst economic and diplomatic ties between the two Asian giants tried to level at the least commotion.

Of late 2008, Tibetans across the world broke their silence of China’s repression over Tibetans for more than 50 years, Tibetan seeking risky escapade through Himalayan Regions adjoining to Nepal to India was cut down to very minimal number due to Chinese tight control at the border zones.

Tibetans deeply feel gratitude to Indian government allowing them to settle in Indian soil and earning a descent life. However, Tibetans still remain as guests under the leadership of prominent figure, the Dalai Lama, which has literary and lawfully different connotations.

India has very different law in dealing with refugees where UN convention in 1951 and its subsequent development was not signed upon. Fundamental human rights such as freedom of speech and expression under article 19 of Indian constitution complies only to Indian citizens and most of the recent campaigns by Tibetans against Chinese government including protests and other forms by prominent activists are often bared by force of law.

Although the border dispute between India and China has not settled, both government reshaped their misshaped diplomatic on to the tables and economic ties has been at high stack.


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