Monday, April 7, 2008

Dalai Lama calls for a probe into Tibet unrest

"The Chinese authorities have been making false allegations against myself and the Central Tibetan Administration for instigating and orchestrating the recent events in Tibet. These allegations are totally untrue," he said in a statement.

Demanding a probe into the unrest in Tibet by an "independent and respected international body", he said "I am sure this independent body will uncover the truth. If the Peoples Republic of China has any basis and proof of evidence to back their allegations, they need to disclose these to the world. Just making allegations is not enough."

The Dalai Lama also talked about the "mutually beneficial Middle-Way Approach" to find a solution for the future of Tibet.
From the Times of India.

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