Gueril­las of Dalai Lama ac­tive in moun­tain re­gion

People's Review - - MEDIAWATCH -

The fol­low­ers of Ti­betan spir­i­tual leader the Dalai Lama have mo­bi­lized some six thou­sand ac­tivists for cam­paign­ing ' free Ti­bet' in the moun­tain re­gion, re­ports Sanghu ver­nac­u­lar weekly. The Nepali Bud­dhist youths al­lured by 'free Ti­bet' cam­paign­ers un­der the ban­ner Ti­betan Youth Congress have been con­vinced to join the congress, in re­turn to be taken to the United States of Amer­ica. Such ac­tiv­i­ties are tak­ing place in the North­ern part of Nepal ad­join­ing China. Con­vert­ing the Nepali Bud­dhists into Ti­betan sect, prop­a­gat­ing them to change their mind and pre­pare them for the protests and move­ments against China is the main ob­jec­tive of cam­paign. It seems to be the sec­ond ver­sion of Khamapa re­bel­lion. The el­e­ments known as Mis­sion­ar­ies of the Dalai Lama are ac­tive in arous­ing anti-China sen­ti­ments and cor­dial re­la­tions sub­sist­ing be­tween Nepal and China since time im­memo­rial.

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