१४ औ दलाई लामाले नेपाललाई रिस उठायो।

 

Shashi Kei द्वारा लिखित

बुद्धधर्मिहरुका लागि दर्शन गर्नै पर्ने यहाँ चार तिर्थस्थल हरु छन् । त्यो मध्धे एउटा बुद्धको जन्मस्थान लुम्बिनी पर्दछ रा लुम्बिनी अहिले नेपाल भित्र पर्छ।  सन् २४५ बि.सी. मा सम्राट अशोकाले त्यहाँ खम्बा उठाउँनका साथै शिलालेख गरि त्यो स्थललाई बुद्ध को जन्मस्थान पुष्ठी गरिको थियो। आज यो स्मारक योउनिस्को को विश्व बिरासत लाई अशोका को खम्बा भनि प्रसिद्ध रूपमा चिनिन्छ।

बुद्ध को जन्मस्थान लुम्बिनी हो भनि हरेक नेपाली ले गर्व गर्ने कुरा हो। नेपालीहरुले बुद्ध जयन्ति २१ मै मा मनायिने गर्दछ र यो एक पवित्र परम्परा हो जुन हिमालिय राष्टले मनाईन्छ। संसार भरका हजारौ मानिस हरु यो पवित्र उत्सव मनाउन लुम्बिनी आउने गर्दा छ।

तर 14 औं दलाई लामा को अनुसार यह सबै बकवास हो । राजधानी टीवी मा हालै जारी भको फुटेज, जसमा तिब्बती आध्यात्मिक नेता ले यस ऐतिहासिक तथ्य यसरि खारिज गरिदियो कि जसले नेपाललाई धेरै निराश र विचलित पारेको छ। यो झुठा विवरणले नेपाललाई साह्रै चिढाएको छ जहा नेपालले दयालु भई 60 बर्ष भन्दा बढि सम्म तिब्बती शरणार्थी समुदायलाई अाफ्नो देशमा स्थान दिएको छ।


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यहा दलाई लामाले होस नपुर्याई बोलेको होकि अथवा केहि ध्यान नपुर्याई दिएको उनको बयान, धेरै कारणले अपमानजनक र हानिकारक छ।

  1. नेपालले आफ्नै संघर्ष भएता पनि ३० हजार देखि ४० हजार सम्म तिब्बतीहरुलाई शरणार्थी को रुप मा उद्दार गरिएको छ। यो संङ्ख्या तिब्बतेनहरु को तेस्रो समूह हो र नेपाल भरि करिब १२ ओटा तिब्बतेन शरणार्थीको क्याम्प हरु छन् । सन् १९८९ अघि नेपाल छिरेका तिब्बतेनहरु लाई देशको आर्थिक तथा सामाजिक एकीकरण बाट धेरै लाभ प्राप्त भएको छ। धेरै तिब्बतेनहरुले कारोबार गरे र कसैले पसल तथा रेस्टुरेन्ट खोले र प्रत्येक वर्ष आउने पर्यटक हरुको त्यहा भिड देख्न पाईन्छ। नेपालमा उनीहरुले आफ्नो तिब्बतेन गुम्बा हरु पुन: स्थापना गर्न सक्षम थिए र त्यसैले तिब्बतेन को पहिचान र परम्परा को अस्तित्व रहनु मा नेपाल को ठुलो योगदान रहेको छ भन्दा गलत नहोला । तर अझै, तिब्बती नेतृत्वले नेपालको आमुल्य गौरवको श्रोत लाई बरखास्त गर्दै गुण तिरी रहेको छ।

सन् 1959 मा चीन-नेपाल सिमानाको माध्यमबाट पहिलो पटक निर्वासित प्रवेश गरेदेखि नेपालका तिब्बती शरणार्थीहरूले आफ्नैलागि धेरै राम्रो काम गरेका छन्। नेपालका गरिब स्थानहरूमा पनि उनिहरूका घर तथा गुम्बाहरू सुनका छानाले सजिएको र बाहिर जति राम्रा हुन्थे, भित्रपनि उत्तिकै सजिएको हुन्थो। नेपालमा  2015 मा गएको भूकम्प पछि, तिब्बती मन्दिरहरू प्राय: पहिले पुनर्निर्माण गरियो र  विश्वभरबाट प्राप्त भएका दानहरूको लागि धेरै धेरै धन्यवाद दिन चाहान्छै। यसबाहेक नेपाली जनताहरूले बढी स्थायी आश्रय प्राप्त गर्नुअघि केहि महिना सम्म त बाहिर सडकमा संघर्षका साथ जिवन जिउनु पर्यो। त्यो बेला दलाई लामाको केहि संमुहले भूकम्प पीडितहरुको नाममा दान रकम संकलनक गरे तर ति पैसा सबै उनिहरु अाफै राखे।

  1. दलाई लामा का बयान नेपाली अर्थव्यवस्था को लागि धेरै हानिकारक हो। आध्यात्मिक पर्यटन नेपाल मा सबैभन्दा ठूलो उद्योगों हो। र यो विदेशी मुद्रा र राजस्वको एक महत्वपूर्ण स्रोत अनि लुम्बिनि जस्तै पवित्र स्थलहरु मा कुनै संदेह छैन। तिब्बती शरणार्थिहरु आफैले पनि नेपाली पर्यटक उद्योग मा निर्भर र भरोसा राख्नुको साथै ग्राहकहरुलाई विभिन्न व्यवसायमा आकर्षित गर्न सकिन्छ। त्यसकारण जब दलाई लामा ले यस प्रकारका आधारहीन बयान दिएपछी, यसले नेपालको आध्यात्मिक पर्यटनको विश्वसनीयतालाई कमजोर बनाउँछ। संसारमा धेरै व्यक्तिले दलाई लामा लाई बौद्ध धर्म र बौद्ध धर्मका सबै अधिकारहरूको प्रमुख मानिन्छ, त्यसैले उहाँ यस बारेमा सही हुनुपर्छ। अन्ततः यदि दलाई लामा ले भनेको अनुसार हो भने नेपालले बुद्ध नेपालमा जन्मेको हो भनि दाबी एक धोखाधडी बयान हुन्छ र नेपाल लाई ठुलो नोकसान पुग्नेछ।
  2. वास्तवमा, दलाई लामा र उनको सरकार, केन्द्रीय तिब्बत प्रशासन (सीटीए जो धर्मशालामा आधारित छ) नेपाल को भलाइ मा कम रुचि देखाइएको छ। नेपालमा हालै गएको भूकम्पको क्रममा सीटीएले दुख व्यक्त गरेको एउटा सरल बयान जारी गर्नका साथ उद्धार र राहत का लागि नेपाललाई 20 लाख रुपैयाँ (कम्तीमा 32,000 अमेरिकी डलर बराबरको) प्रस्ताव गरे र नेपाललाई प्रार्थना गर्ने प्रतिज्ञा गरे। यो अनगिन्ती लाखौंको तुलनामा एक बिन्दु हो ।  सीटीएले वार्षिक रूपमा सरकारी अनुदान, सार्वजनिक सहायता र दान प्राप्त गर्दछ। वास्तवमा, सीटीए यो दान को प्रस्ताव गरिरहेको बेला, दलाई लामाका सहयोगीहरु को केही पीडितहरूले भूकम्पको लागि उठाउन नेपाल भूकम्पको प्रयोग गरे, तर  पैसा भुक्तानी गर्न असफल भए। तिनीहरूका बैंक खाता अस्थायी रूपमा रोकेको थियो। तिब्बत सरकारले आफ्नो साथीहरूबाट के प्राप्त गर्न चाहान्छ भनि यो स्पष्ट रूपमा देखाउँछ र अन्य राष्ट्रका मानिसहरूलाई कसरी योगदान गर्नु पर्छ भन्ने कुरामा अधिक चासो गर्दैन।

केही तिब्बती पसलहरू विश्व प्रसिद्ध बौद्धनाथ को वरपर छन्। हजारौं पर्यटकहरू हरेक दिन यो युनेस्को विश्व विरासत स्थल भ्रमणमा आउने गर्दछन र त्यहाँ धेरै धनी तिब्बती व्यवसायहरू बाट खरीदारी गर्दै उनिहरूलाई सहायता गर्छन। तिब्बती शरणार्थि हरुको विरुद्धमा हाल साल तनाव बढेको छ, जसले सबै भन्दा राम्रो व्यापारका स्थलहरु लिएर स्थानीय नेपालीहरूको गरिखाने ठाउ कब्जा गरिएको र अरू नेपालीले बेच्ने दाम भन्दा कम मुल्यमा बेचेको आरोप लागेको थियो।

  1. दलाई लामाको बयानले बुद्धको जन्म देशको दावीमा भारत र नेपाल बीचको लामो समयसम्मको वादबिवाद लाई शासन गर्दछ। दलाई लामाको लागि यो मुद्दा उठाउन र पुरानो चोटहरू पुन: खोल्नको लागि यो पूर्णतया अनावश्यक थियो। विशेषगरि जब आध्यात्मिक नेता दुवै भारत र नेपाल दुवैको कृतज्ञताको उहालाई ऋण छ। यो विशेषगरी एउटा कूटनीतिकता को साह्रै कमजोर क्रिया हो भनि जनाऊछ । जब चीनले खुल्लमखुल्ला नेपाल संग व्यापार र महत्वपूर्ण बुनियादी ढांचे को निर्माण गरिरहेको छ। यस तरिकाले नेपाललाई रिस उठाएमा अझ नेपाल चीन सँग नजिकीन पुग्नेछ, जसबाट नेपालले व्यापार सम्बन्धी सम्बन्धहरू खोलेर धेरै लाभ उठाउन सक्नेछन्। अन्ततः नेपालका आधा शताब्दीको योगदान र सहयोग पछि पनि तिब्बतका मानिसहरू अविश्वसनीय र अपमानजनक छन् भने स्पष्ट रूपमा देखाउँछ।

 

निष्कर्ष

नेपाली राष्ट्र उदास हुनु एकदम जायज छ। दलाई लामा एक प्रमुख राजनेता र बुद्धि र दया संघको एक वरिष्ठ धार्मिक व्यक्ति भएको हुनाले आफ्नो शब्दहरु को शक्ति देखि सजग हुनु पर्ने हो । उहाँ संसारको सबैभन्दा आकर्षक व्यक्तिहरू मध्ये एक हुनुहुन्छ र, सहि वा गलत रूपमा, एक विश्वसनीय व्यक्ति हो। सबैले देखेका छन् कि दलाई लामाले सदीयो पुरानो परम्परा दोर्जे शुग्देनको अभ्यासलाई नष्ट गर्न कुनै प्रमाण वा व्याख्या प्रस्तुत नगरी राक्षस उपासनाको घोषणा गरियो । र अब, उस्तै उपेक्षा नेपालीहरूलाई पनि देखाउदै छन्।

किन तिब्बती नेतृत्वले नेपाल राष्ट्रलाई यो पीडा दिएको भनि केहि औचित्य छैन । दलाई लामाको बिरोधमा नेपाली जनताको क्रोध उचित छ। नेपालीहरू तिब्बती शरणार्थीहरूका लागि धेरै उदार र सहनशील भए। कम से कम कि तिब्बत नेतृत्वले नेपालको इतिहास र संस्कृति को सम्मान गर्नु पर्ने थियो।

हरेक वर्ष नेपालमा तिब्बती शरणार्थीहरूले चिनियाँ सरकारको विरुद्ध विरोध प्रदर्शन गर्छन र नेपाल प्रहरीको अाफ्नै काम छोडि उनिहरूलाई पहरा दिन बाध्य पार्छन। यी विरोधले चीनसँग नेपाल को सम्बन्धमा नकारात्मक असर पारेको छ। के अब तिब्बती शरणार्थि हरुले अाफ्नो नेपाली समुदाय माथी यसरी अाभार व्यक्त गर्ने ? छिमेकी देश को अर्थव्यवस्था र अन्य राष्ट्रहरूसँग को सम्बन्धलाई प्रभावित गरेर? या अाफ्नो स्थानीय जनताले प्राप्त गर्नु पर्ने सहायतालाई नष्ट गरी?

नेपालीहरू पहिले नै धेरै उदास भएका हुनाले तिब्बत नेतृत्वले भविष्यमा नेपाललाई अझ बढी संवेदनशीलता सँग व्यवहार गर्नु पर्दछ। तिब्बत नेतृत्वले अन्य अरू समूहहरूको विपरीत अपमानजनक गरेको छ भने नेपाल सरकारले यस विषयमा पुनर्वितरणमा गर्न सक्दछ। उदाहरणका लागि, सीटीए अथवा तिब्बत नेतृत्वले अब हिमालय क्षेत्रमा आफ्नो अर्को बलियो सहयोगी गुमाउन सक्छ। चीनले पहिले नै नेपाललाई मित्रताको हात लम्ब्याई रहेको छ र अब दलाई लामाको यो बयानको कारणले नेपाली र नेपाल सरकारलाई तिब्बती सँगको सम्बन्ध राख्नाले केहि फाइदा छैन भन्ने देखाउ छ। केवल नतिजा अधिक दु: ख, अपमान र हिंसा हुनेछ।

यसको विपरीत, चिनसँगको सम्बन्धले राष्ट्रको लागि वित्तीय र व्यापारिक फाइदाहरू, साथै पूर्वाधार सुधार र आर्थिक विकासको परिणाम पाउँछ। सीटीए पनि तिब्बती शरणार्थियों को उपस्थिति सम्झन मा विफल रहेको छ जहा तिब्बती शरणार्थि नेपाल सरकार को निरंतर संरक्षण मा पूरै निर्भर छ। उनीहरूको समर्थन छैनभने, तिब्बतीलाई कुनै पनि दिन देश छोड्न अनुरोध गर्न सकिन्छ। सिटिए कति लामो समय सम्म अरूको दयामा निर्भर रहन सक्छ, जबकि उनीहरूले अरूलाई रिस र अपमान गर्छ? CTA कति सम्म यस तरिकामा बाँच्न सक्छ? यस्तै हो भने ‘धेरै लामो सम्म सक्दैन।

 

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बुद्ध भारतमा जन्मिएको हो, नेपाल मा होइन भन्ने दलाई लामाको बयानमा नेपालीहरूले यस प्रकारको प्रतिक्रिया दिदैछन। तपाईंले देख्न सक्नु हुन्छ, नेपालीहरू धेरै उदास भएका छन् र आधिकारिक समाचार च्यानलहरूमा र साथ-साथै सोशल मिडिया को अनलाईन प्लेटफार्म मार्फत नेपालीहरू दुखी भएका कुरा व्यक्त गरिरहेको छ। दलाई लामाको बयानका भिडियोहरू प्रचलित गरि व्यापक रूपमा शेयर गर्दैछन्। तल नेपालीहरूको प्रतिक्रियाको थुप्रै उदाहरणहरू देख्न सक्नु हुन्छ। यस देशका शान्तिपूर्ण नागरिकहरू, हाल तिब्बत को नेतृत्व र दलाई लामाको विरुद्धमा उत्रेका छन्।

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विस्तार गर्न क्लिक गर्नुहोस्

विस्तार गर्न क्लिक गर्नुहोस्

विस्तार गर्न क्लिक गर्नुहोस्

विस्तार गर्न क्लिक गर्नुहोस्

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सबै प्रतिक्रियाहरू

 


 

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  1. In March 2018, Tibetan protestors gathered near the Tibetan parliament, seeking to impeach Lobsang Sangay because his actions are unjust and akin to those of a dictator. Protestors also questioned his sudden termination of Penpa Tsering, the former Representative of the Office of Tibet in Washington, DC, who was his arch-rival during the 2016 Tibetan election.

    But this is not all, Lobsang Sangay’s CV includes a long list of deceitful actions, such as hiding the loan trail of $1.5-million taken by his office from Tibet Fund to purchase a building to house the Office of Tibet in DC. He even ordered the Auditor General to remove any mention of the loan in various financial reports. Lobsang Sangay is also alleged to have sexually assaulted an intern of the International Campaign for Tibet advocacy group. Even before he became the Sikyong (the president of the Central Tibetan Administration), scandals surrounding his actions were rampant. Four years after buying a house near Boston, his US$227,000 mortgage disappeared overnight, one week before he became the president of the CTA. It is no wonder that Tibetans like Pelgyamo express their dissatisfaction by posting sarcastic comments on Lobsang Sangay’s Instagram page.

    LobsangSangay

  2. The Foreigners Registration Office (FRO) in Dharamsala refusing to accept Tibetan RCs (Registration Certificates) is yet another example of interference by the Central Tibetan Administration. Tibetans need this document to apply for an Indian passport. The CTA does not want to lose its grip on Tibetan refugees, as fewer refugees under their control means less foreign aid. That translates to less money that they can line their own pockets with.

    This is not the first time that the CTA has created problems for Tibetans who wish to apply for Indian citizenship. Last July, the CTA ordered all its departments to stop issuing NOC (No Objection Certificates) to Tibetans applying for Indian passports, effectively sabotaging India’s goodwill of offering citizenship to eligible Tibetans. Perhaps that is a reason why many Tibetans are leaving their settlements in India, some of them even returning to Tibet! The CTA’s days as a ‘government’ are numbered, as more and more Tibetans apply for Indian citizenship or leave the CTA’s influence in India altogether.
    No obstruction surrendering RC in Dehra Dun: Police
    Tibet Sun Newsroom
    McLEOD GANJ, India, 27 April 2018
    Tibetans living in Dehra Dun can surrender their Registration Certificates (RC) to apply for their passport, according to a communication from the Office of the Superintendent of Police Dehra Dun.
    Tibet Sun had learned about Tibetan complaints that the authorities were refusing to accept requests by Tibetans to surrender their RCs, required in order to apply for a passport. Seeking information about the matter, Tibet Sun filed a Right to Information (RTI) application, to which Dehra Dun Superintendent of Police Sarita Dobhal replied refuting the complaints.
    The SP said in her reply that they have not refused RC surrender by those Tibetans seeking Indian passport, and they have accepted RCs from seven Tibetans so far.
    Tibetans who spoke to Tibet Sun said that the authorities who actually handle the RC surrender at the Foreigners Registration Office (FRO) within the SP Office had told them to bring court orders to be able to surrender their RC.
    Following a High Court of Delhi judgment asking the Government of India to issue passport to Tibetans, the Ministry of External Affairs in March 2017 has ordered all passport-issuing authorities to issue passport to those Tibetans who fulfil the requirements as in the Citizenship Act of India.
    The RC surrender process has been suspended at the FRO Dharamshala. An official confirmed the same, saying the halt has been in place since two weeks, but didn’t give details as to why they have stopped the process.
    He said that it is a temporary matter and that the surrender process will resume soon.
    https://www.tibetsun.com/news/2018/04/27/no-obstruction-of-tibetan-rc-surrender-for-passport-dehra-dun-sp

    No obstruction surrendering RC in Dehra Dun

  3. The Dalai Lama Fears that He Might be Expelled from India!

    The situation in India is not getting better for the Tibetan government in-exile or the Dalai Lama. Since India is getting closer to China, this trend will not slow down. Whether it is the current Prime Minister Modi, or the next Prime Minister of India making efforts to get close to China, it does not matter because the momentum has started. It benefits both India and China tremendously to be friendly and on good terms with each other. The parasite-like Tibetans leeching off India brings no benefit whatsoever to India and India realizes this sad fact finally. The Dalai Lama and his team in the Tibetan government in-exile have created so many problems externally for India and internally within the Tibetan communities, enough is enough. Tibetans like to use India to irk China. They have done that for decades and now it’s over. The Tibetans have been put in their place. The Indian government has been snubbing the Dalai Lama this year. The Dalai Lama and his cohorts have created tremendous problems, segregation, hatred, and violence towards thousands of Dorje Shugden practitioners, now that karma is coming back. Too bad. The Tibetan leadership is losing support from India, in fact, Modi purposely humiliated the Dalai Lama. The Dalai Lama and cohorts have less power to create so much schism and trouble now. If you read this article carefully, the Dalai Lama himself has expressed concerns he might be kicked out of India. It has reached this level that the Dalai Lama is unsure of his footing in India now. Too bad.

    Aditya Sinha: Paying For Our Bull In A China Shop
    May 14, 2018, 07:40 IST | Aditya Sinha
    The Dalai Lama’s humiliation, our encircling neighbours and, most crucially, the lack of Modi’s signature bear hug, signify altered relations
    In the two days of staged photographs, there is not one photo of Modi hugging Xi, his trademark personalised diplomacy of forcibly embracing other leaders.
    One of the better things during the Karnataka Assembly election, no matter who emerges the single largest party tomorrow, was Congress president Rahul Gandhi’s press conference in Bangalore. You may not have seen it on TV. It is on YouTube, however. Rahul again comes across in a light different to the whispers about him during the past two decades, proving how it was all the doing of a well-oiled BJP machine. My favourite part was Rahul’s take on Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s recent visit to Wuhan in central China for an “informal” summit with President Xi Jinping.
    Here’s what he said:
    “I expected the PM to go to China as the leader of our country [and] speak to them about Doklam… He didn’t say a word. [He] had a conversation with the Chinese President with no agenda. Are you telling me there’s no agenda? There is an agenda, it’s called Doklam; there is an agenda, it’s called the Maldives; there is an agenda, it’s called Nepal… The agenda is that we’re surrounded on all sides; it’s pretty clear. But you guys don’t like to raise that, I don’t know why.
    “Our foreign policy has been completely decimated. And it’s because the PM views foreign policy as an individual exercise. He’s of the impression that he can go have a conversation with the president of China, or he can go have a conversation with the president of Nepal, and everything will magically happen.
    “The PM needs to carry his own people with him. Are there any conversations going on with the finance minister, with the defence minister about this type of strategy? No. It’s a one-man show.”
    Briefly: China tried to seize the Doklam plateau in Bhutan last year but after a 73-day standoff against our troops, it backed down. It has reportedly since built an infrastructure leading to Doklam. In the Maldives, China is displacing India: President Abdulla Gameen last year welcomed three Chinese warships, and last month hosted the Pakistan army chief. In Nepal, despite Modi’s visit this weekend to promote Janakpur, Sita’s birthplace, as a religious tourism spot, the Nepalese have drifted from us after India’s five-month blockade in 2015 – we were pushing for greater political inclusion of the Madhesis. Modi is a villain for the Nepalese, as evident on social media.
    China has seized advantage of India’s pathetic neighbourhood behaviour, and, as Rahul said, has India surrounded. No wonder many think Modi went to beg Xi to keep relations calm in the run-up to the 2019 parliamentary election. That Modi’s governance is election-oriented is no secret. Will the Chinese will play ball? When the two-day “informal” summit ended, the Indian side issued a statement and reportedly urged the Chinese to issue their own. Compare the two and you see a difference: while India mentioned a strategic direction to our respective armies to avoid tension on the Line of Actual Control, China only said the armies would follow past protocols. Joint statements are never easy, but individual statements are a piece of cake.
    Modi had to supplicate himself because he cannot afford to go into the 2019 election after a showdown with China. Even a short skirmish will humiliate India. Unlike tension on the Line of Control with Pakistan, which benefits Modi since it can be dovetailed into communal rhetoric, tension with China gives Modi no benefit. Modi cannot help but humour China.
    The Chinese were amenable to being humoured since they have now what they wanted in Doklam. China nowadays also wants to be seen as a responsible global power: hence it has nudged North Korean leader Kim Jong-Un into meeting his South Korean counterpart and, next month, with Donald Trump. China has also reached out to Japan, with whom relations are more complicated than with India.
    Mainly, it was because Modi agreed to humiliate the Dalai Lama, the Tibetan Buddhist spiritual leader who has lived in India since 1959. India prohibited its ministers from attending a Dalai Lama function (ironically, to thank India) and asked him to shift it from Delhi to his base in Dharamsala, Himachal Pradesh. It was an insult; worse, he privately expressed the fear that he might be expelled.
    The Chinese gave us time but they did not give Modi a hug. In the two days of staged photographs, there is not one photo of Modi hugging Xi, his trademark personalised diplomacy of forcibly embracing other leaders. Rahul Gandhi is right: Modi has decimated India’s foreign policy. It’s too bad that this and other aspects of his press conference were ignored by the TV media. But then, after Gujarat, Karnataka has been good practice for him. Modi’s obsession with the 2019 election means that governance will suffer, so Rahul will get more occasions to show the public his mettle.
    https://www.mid-day.com/articles/aditya-sinha-paying-for-our-bull-in-a-china-shop/19420166

    Aditya Sinha Paying For Our Bull In A China Shop

  4. More and more Tibetans are expressing their dissatisfaction with the Central Tibetan Administration (CTA). This even extends to accusing them of ruling without legal precedence. This is a serious matter as their management of funds, administrative procedures, and even their governing constitution are all flawed. From the simple of choice of words used for the translation of a title, the CTA have exposed the way in which they run their “nationless government” in an egotistical and self-serving manner. The CTA simply do things based on their personal agendas and needs, using the title of democracy as a cover.

    Clearly, there is no system of governance for what the CTA do and how they spend the money they gain from people sympathetic to the Tibetan plight, aid from their host and donors from around the world. Since law is at the core of any administration, their underhanded tactic of finding loopholes and bending the rules to suit their individual needs has failed the Tibetan people. As an ex-Senior Fellow of Harvard Law School and a self-proclaimed expert in international human rights law, Sangay deters people’s faith in the integrity of a leader and the legal system, instead of upholding the cause of justice. After the public apology during his swearing in ceremony in 2016 and his firm pledge not to repeat his misconduct, it looks like Sangay is at it again.

    The title “President” for Sikyong is not legal
    By Sharchok Khukta
    McLEOD GANJ, India, 14 May 2018
    Since there have been many who have put forth questions regarding the usage of the title “President” in English for “Sikyong”, I will answer in one presentation for all.
    It would become a long talk to give answer as regards this. Nonetheless, because, to keep the public in the dark is objected to in a democratic system, I will try to present insight that is complete and not mistaken.
    Initially, the exile Tibetan Parliament had established through general consensus that the title “Sikyong” is to be used instead of “Kalon Tripa”. In connection with that a resolution was passed by the members of the 15th Tibetan Parliament-in-exile during the fourth sitting of the second session on 21 September 2012, that “Sikyong” solely is to be used in writing, as phonetically, without the need for using the translation “Political Leader”.
    The first stage of this process took place with the publication in 2015 of a compilation of rules and regulations of the exile Tibetan administration by the office of the Parliamentary Secretary of the Tibetan people’s deputies, where it appears on page 181 in Appendix 8 [Zur-hzar nya], of sub-section 3 of article 66 of the electoral rules of the exile Tibetans.
    Then, on 26 April 2016, the exile Tibetan administration made the announcement on its official website tibet.net that “when the term ‘sikyong’ is to be translated into English it should be written as “president”, and that has been used up to the present day.
    It is the honourable Kashag which says that “it was established [formally decided] that ‘president’ is to be the term to be used,” and the honourable Kashag claim that they had decided thus on the advice of His Holiness Dalai Lama. The Kashag had cited many other reasons, but I will not refer to them at this time. Everyone knows that at that time there was much expression of displeasure regarding this from the public.
    In the second stage, as regards the usage “President” there was guidance by His Holiness the Dalai Lama at the reception ceremony accorded to the high-level Representatives’ Committee of the United States, at Tsuklagkhang Temple on 10 May 2017.
    The third stage is that the Kashag have, both orally and in writing, said insistently that such guidance by His Holiness the Dalai Lama was as per the provision of Article 1 of the Charter of the Tibetans in exile. I am not able to know whether His Holiness the Dalai Lama has advised thus as the intent of Article 1 of the Charter. I do not consider that to be case, because if there had been the guidance advising “President” to be appropriate for the title of Sikyong, as per Article 1, then even after 25 famous amendments to the Charter such a guidance would have a procedure of discussion in the Parliament, as in the past, a procedure that has been clearly laid out.
    It has been laid out in the sub-section 1 and 2 of Article 17 of clause 6 of the rules for procedure of meeting and carrying out of works by the the deputies of the Tibetan Parliament. For example, to cite the sub-section 1: “As per the sub-section 2 of Article 1 of the charter, the Speaker, in discussion with Sikyong, is to set aside time for discussion on the suggestion of His Holiness the Dalai Lama.” But, without going through any recommendation from the Parliament or legal process, the Kashag said that the title in English as “President” has been decided on and designated as such, and they continue to use this title. As such that title has not became legal title. That is stage three.
    Then, the fourth stage is that it may be assumed that the Sikyong and the Kashag continue to do so as it is known clearly only by most government service personnel, former and present, and People’s Deputies, former and present. Yet since the public do not know the details, when we put forth questions on the this issue in the Parliament it may be conjectured that it is an electoral grudge. Besides, when the honourable Sikyong also talks of it to the public by attaching it to electoral grudge, we are not able to have at the matter a valid rule by law. Instead everything is stirred here and there into dirty politics, so that eventually when there is too much dwelling on personal name and prestige, the common administration incurs losses.
    If things go on like this there is the danger of the collapse of rule by law. From that point of view, for this issue to be clearly sorted out, the Secretaries of Gadhen Phodang must make it clear whether or not that guidance — as per Article 1 of the Charter — was given by His Holiness the Dalai Lama. If it was, since it would be related with the rules, the messages, advice, notice and so on be bestowed to the Parliament, and then whatever is to be established (passed as resolution) by the Parliament when implemented by all the central and regional branches of the administration, it would become concordant with the law.
    So that is the issue if explained clearly.
    In the end, nowadays at Gangchen Kyishong the administration relies upon one person and makes changes to the Rules; while there are able staff members in all sorts of appointments, through equal qualifications and pledges, and so on; such instances are taking place many times, not just once. In such a situation it appears that there is not sufficient supervision and watching, by the public and writers, of whether or not this Administration — set up with such effort by His Holiness the Dalai Lama — is being administered by rule of law.
    I request all to put more effort and power as regarding this issue.
    https://www.tibetsun.com/opinions/2018/05/14/the-title-president-for-sikyong-is-not-legal

    The title President for Sikyong is not legal

  5. India tightening its grip on the Dalai Lama and Tibetans

    The Indian Ministry of Home Affairs (MHA) has directed Himachal police to tighten its grip on Tibetans meeting His Holiness the Dalai Lama. Those Tibetans without paperwork showing individual identity and establishing legal credentials of their arrival in India will be turned away from seeing the religious leader. Undocumented Tibetans have been arriving in India, usually from Nepal, where they are aided by the Tibetan communities there. India seems to clamping down of Tibetan activity, from cancelling Thank You India events in Delhi and now restricting Tibetans from seeing the Dalai Lama. What else with the Indian government do next?

    Norms tightened to meet Dalai Lama

    DHARAMSHALA: Following directions from the ministry of home affairs (MHA) in recent past, the Himachal Police government has tightened the norms to meet the Dalai Lama, even for Tibetans coming from Tibet. The move was aimed to ensure the security of the spiritual leader at McLeodganj near here.

    Well-placed sources said that there were many Tibetans, including monks, who enter India through the porous border of Nepal to meet the Dalai Lama. The MHA has directed Himachal Police that no one could meet him without having his individual identity established from his documents.

    When contacted about this development, Kangra SP Santosh Patial confirmed that a letter had been received in this regard. But he refused to divulge the details of the same. “Police has received a letter and this is for the security of the Tibetan spiritual leader only, which says that we can only allow a person to meet after his individual identity and legal credentials of his arrival to India are established,” he said.

    Inquires revealed that the Tibetans generally arrive in Nepal from Tibet. They were received by the refugee centres there and further assistance was provided to them by Indian and Tibetan authorities for their visit to India.”

    https://timesofindia.indiatimes.com/city/shimla/norms-tightened-to-meet-dalai-lama/articleshow/64485961.cms

    Norms tightened to meet Dalai Lama

  6. Things are going to be very different for Tibetans in India from now on as Sino-Indian relations get warmer by the day. India has vowed to firmly adhere to the one-China policy and ensure Tibet-related issues are handled ‘properly’. This means India will tighten her grip on all Tibetan-related activities. So, the trouble-making Central Tibetan Administration (CTA) better watch themselves and not create further problems that may antagonise China. This is something India will no longer tolerate.

    China, India Vow To Strengthen Ties
    China and India have extensive common interests and they have far more consensus than differences, Chinese Foreign Minister Wang Yi said.
    All India | Indo-Asian News Service | Updated: June 06, 2018 17:05 IST
    PRETORIA: China and India working together will accelerate their common development and contribute to the progress of human civilization, Chinese State Councillor and Foreign Minister Wang Yi said.
    Mr Wang made the remarks on Monday in South Africa’s capital Pretoria during a meeting with Indian External Affairs Minister Sushma Swaraj on the sidelines of the formal meeting of the BRICS Ministers of Foreign Affairs, Xinhua news agency reported on Wednesday.
    China and India have extensive common interests and they have far more consensus than differences, Mr Wang said.
    The two sides should take bilateral relations and people’s fundamental interests as a starting point at all times, properly handle problems and differences and prevent the interests of one party from affecting the overall interest, Mr Wang said.
    The two sides should earnestly safeguard peace and tranquillity in the border areas in accordance with the consensus reached by their leaders and avoid taking actions that might complicate and aggravate the situation, Mr Wang said.
    China and India should strengthen coordination and play a constructive role in promoting the development of BRICS cooperation, Shanghai Cooperation Organisation and other multilateral mechanisms, he said.
    Sushma Swaraj said the informal Wuhan meeting between the leaders of India and China enhanced mutual trust between the two countries, strengthened cooperation, made the parties more comfortable with each other and achieved unprecedented success.
    She said India will firmly adhere to the one-China policy and properly handle issues involving the core interests of China such asTaiwan and Tibet-related issues.
    India and China, as the two largest emerging markets and developing countries, share a common position in safeguarding the international political and economic order and promoting the improvement of global governance, the Indian Minister said.
    https://www.ndtv.com/india-news/china-india-vow-to-strengthen-ties-1863429

    ChinaIndiaVowToStrengthenTies

  7. Ex-Prime Minister Samdhong Rinpoche caught sleeping in a meeting

    The representative of the Dalai Lama and former prime minister of the Tibetan government in-exile Samdhong Rinpoche during an important meeting having a nice sleep. The Tibetan government in-exile are run by people like this who have no control over their body and manners. They only stay awake in the meeting if there is FREE aid money coming their way to line their pockets. Shameful how Samdong Rinpoche is sleeping in the middle of a meeting and he represents the Tibetan government in-exile. This is why after 60 years Tibetan leaders have failed to get Tibet back but blame others for their failures. Shame!

    http://video.dorjeshugden.com/comment-videos/comment-1528941530.mp4


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.…Instead of turning away people who practise Dorje Shugden, we should be kind to them. Give them logic and wisdom without fear, then in time they give up the ‘wrong’ practice. Actually Shugden practitioners are not doing anything wrong. But hypothetically, if they are, wouldn’t it be more Buddhistic to be accepting? So those who have views against Dorje Shugden should contemplate this. Those practicing Dorje Shugden should forbear with extreme patience, fortitude and keep your commitments. The time will come as predicted that Dorje Shugden’s practice and it’s terrific quick benefits will be embraced by the world and it will be a practice of many beings.

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