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A himalájai Parivarban Tibet helyzetét tudatosító programot szerveztek indiai gyerekeknek

2016. október 7./Phayul.com/TibetPress

Jelenleg csak angolul olvasható. Magyarul később.

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By Tenzin Monlam

DHARAMSHALA, October 7: Appreciating and lauding the Himalayan Pariwar Himachal Pradesh for organizing a competition on Tibet and its issues, Tenzin Dhardon Sharling, Secretary of Department of Information and International Relations (DIIR) stated that such competition amongst Indian school children is the ‘right step’ to strengthen the relationship between the two nations in the future.

“Since it is a Tibet awareness event, I can see the future generations of India talk Tibet and participate in creative engagement on Tibetan issues. I think it is the essence of grass root action we are trying to mobilize, which would later generate public mobilization and further strengthen the relationship the two nations shared for centuries,” she said at the event also attended by Dawa Rinchen, Tibetan Settlement Officer (Dharamshala).

The newly appointed DIIR secretary added that since the Tibetan struggle thrives, survives and gains momentum in India it sends a strong message to the world that true friend stands with a friend in the time of need. She also added that Tibetans owe a ‘great debt’ to India and its people for their continuous support.

The event held at Zila Parishad Hall in Dharamshala with over 50 students taking part in essay, painting and speech competition, which had topics ranging from ‘Tibet’s freedom, India’s security’, ‘Indo-Tibet relations’, ‘Suppression of democratic rights of Tibetans’, and ‘China’s polices in Tibet’ etc.

Rishi Walia, the program convener said that on October 7, 1950 China invaded Tibet and attacked India on October 20, 1962, making it an importance fortnight to commemorate.

“We have around six schools participating in today’s program, which aimed at raising awareness in Indian students through various competitions,” he said.

Sudhanshu from Dayananda Model Senior Secondary School who took part in the painting competition said that he is happy to have participated. “May His Holiness the Dalai Lama currently residing in Dharamshala live long and the relationship between the Indians and Tibetans remain strong,” he said.


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