April 11, 2013 by tonyberkman
The Nepalese police spy on exiled Tibetans. Just for walking down the street in groups of three or four they can be sent to prison. Those who are arrested suffer torture and violence”, Tsering Telsha Dolma, a Tibetan refugee who for years lived in a refugee camp in the Nepalese capital Kathmandu.
According to the man Beijing’s influence on the Nepalese authorities has made life impossible for the more than 20 thousand Tibetans in exile. Despite this fear, on March 10 hundreds of Tibetans remembered the 1959 revolt against the Chinese army. To avoid problems with China, Nepalese police arrested 22 protesters on charges of anti-Chinese activities.
For over 40 years, Nepal has received thousands of Tibetan refugees by promoting their transfer to Dharamsala (India), seat of the Tibetan government in exile and where, the Dalai Lama still resides. After the abolition of the monarchy in 2006 and the…
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