Author Topic: Indians express the truth about the Dalai Lama and the Tibetans  (Read 3079 times)


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Finally, Indians are expressing their real intentions and thoughts about the Tibetan community, the Central Tibetan Administration, and His Holiness the Dalai Lama. It is true that the Tibetans are takers, they take and take until the Indians are fed up with them. The moral of the story, there is always a limit to India's patience. If they do not contribute after 60 years of taking, enough is enough.

For 60 years, India has been the exiled Tibetan community’s biggest supporter. Their generosity began on the very first day of the Tibetans’ lives in exile when His Holiness the Dalai Lama set foot in India and gained the promise of then-Prime Minister Jawaharlal Nehru for Tibetans to occupy 27 tracts of land throughout India. Not only did they receive this land rent-free, but the Tibetans are not required to pay taxes for any of the donations they receive, amounting to the hundreds of millions. And while other countries have remained silent, India has often chosen to forego a better relationship with China in order to uphold the supposed moral imperative of supporting the Dalai Lama and his administration.

To the dismay of the Tibetan leadership, this is no longer the case and in the last few months, India has shown greater interest in fostering a more positive Sino-Indian relationship. It began with the appointment of Mr Vijay Gokhale to the position of Indian Foreign Secretary. A former Indian ambassador to China, Mr Gokhale is an advocate of a more conciliatory approach with China, himself having played a vital role in the resolution of the 2017 Doklam crisis.

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