Thursday, July 15, 2010

Nepal becoming a Chinese province? - 7- Arrests for doing prayers...

TOI [Thursday, July 08, 2010 12:26]

"Over 350 Tibetans were detained by Nepal police while trying to attend the prayer meeting today on the occasion of His Holiness’ 75th birthday," said a doleful Tibetan journalist, who declined to be named. "There were extraordinary security measures to deter Tibetans from attending the mass meeting and we were not allowed to pray at the traditional public Buddhist places like Boudhanath, Swayambhunath and Pharping.
the caretaker government sent instructions to the parliament secretariat, asking the 601 members of parliament not to attend the subdued ceremony that was held at the Jawalakhel Tibetan refugee camp in Lalitpur district. The order came after Nepal’s President, Dr Ram Baran Yadav, and Foreign Minister Sujata Koirala earlier this year accepted invitations to attend celebrations at a Buddhist monastery but were hurriedly forced to cancel them after a red-eyed Chinese Embassy in Kathmandu objected fiercely."

Religion is poison to the people according to hard-line communists; arresting them is apparently not?

Love & clear light,

1 comment:


    Click on the header's title for the full blog text.

    Rudy, I hope I'm not out of line with this post - surely, you'd let me know.