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Dorje Shugden Society's Letter to Indian Prime Minister
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Dorje Shugden Society's Letter to Indian Prime Minister

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Re: Dorje Shugden Society's Letter to Indian Prime Minister
« Reply #1 on: April 09, 2008, 04:51:49 PM »
 Most important news from the last 10 years!    sumati arya

                         The Times of India, New Delhi
                            Wednesday, April 9, 2008
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                     High Court notice to Dalai on sect's complaint
 
                              A little known sect of Tibetan Buddhism has approached
                                                      Delhi high court complaining of persecution suffered at the
                                                     hands of the Tibetan leader. Justice Gita Mittal on Tuesday
                                                    issued notice to Dalai Lama and other respondents on a
                                                   writ petition by one "Dorje Shugden Devotees Charitable
                                                  and Religious Society"- registered in Delhi - which alleged
                                                 that Dalai Lama had ostracized the followers of this
                                                particular sect, not only in religious matters but also
                                               socially. TNN

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Re: Dorje Shugden Society's Letter to Indian Prime Minister
« Reply #2 on: August 11, 2017, 12:53:00 PM »
This is an old topic. I wonder what happen to the Dorje Shugden's society now. Are they still active or the society no longer there.

From the mail, it is so sad to see that the Tibetans refugees instead seeking safety in their own society, they have no choice but to seek refuge under the India government. The stress that they face is tremendous, from bar not going to school, seeking medical help and to buy things in grocery. It is already great offend to Human Rights. And yet, the CTA shout so highly in Human Rights to China. An insult.

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Re: Dorje Shugden Society's Letter to Indian Prime Minister
« Reply #3 on: August 11, 2017, 04:15:26 PM »
Now that the Indian Government has granted full Indian Citizenship to those Tibetans who which to receive it what can they now do?

As "Indian Citizens" they can launch formally requests for the Dalai Lama and CTA to be investigated by the Indian Gov't for "Human Rights Violations".

What they could not do as "Refugees" they may now be apply to do as "Indian Citizens"