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Xi uses Tibetan herders to stake territory claim in disputed region/ENG

2017. október 30./Phayul.com/TibetPress

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By Tenzin Monlam

DHARAMSHALA, October 30: Chinese President Xi Jinping is now using Tibetan herdsmen to stake claim in the disputed region in the northeastern Indian state of Arunachal Pradesh. The President has encouraged a herding family in Lhunze County of so-called Tibet Autonomous Region to ‘set down roots’ in the border area.

Lhunze County (Lhuntse Zong) is located to the south east of the so called Tibet Autonomous Region and borders Arunachal Pradesh in India. China has been staking their territorial claim over the disputed region by calling it ‘Southern Tibet’ since 2006.

President Xi, responding to a letter by two girls, Zhoigar and Yangzom, of the Tibetan herding family said that they must ‘safe guard the Chinese territory’ and ‘develop their township’.

Thanking them for their efforts to ‘safeguard the territory’ and for their ‘loyalty’ he wrote, “Without the peace in the territory, there will be no peaceful lives for the millions of families.”

The President also expressed his hope that other herders would follow suit and seek motivation to set roots in the border area and become ‘guardians of the Chinese territory’.

Introducing their township, the girls sent the letter to the President during the 19th CPC National Congress in Beijing.

China stake claim over territory my employing various methods including giving Chinese names to places within the territory of India. This year in April, Beijing gave six places in the region Chinese ‘official name’, which are Wo'gyainling, Mila Ri, Qoidêngarbo Ri, Mainquka, Bümo La and Namkapub Ri.

China also objects to the Tibetan leader His Holiness the Dalai Lama’s visit to Arunachal Pradesh, calling it its own territory. Also known as the pearl of South Tibet, it is a holy land to Tibetans and China claims that it belongs to the Tsona County of TAR.



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