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Border People Little Aware of China’s Expansionist Policies: Tenzin Tsundue

The Government of India and Indian army are doing everything necessary, common people living on the Indo-China border areas have little awareness about China’s expansionist policies and its activities on the border, said Tibetan writer and activist Tenzin Tsundue, who is on a tour of Himalayan States under the banner “Walking the Himalayas”.

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“The Galwan Valley clash in June 2020 has left people in the Himalayas shocked and worried. With a film on the Dalai Lama, we have been able to connect with the Himalayan Indians on the issue of language, culture, and the people-to-people relationship stories of the old trade route, customs and marriages,” Tsundue said, addressing the media at Guwahati Press Club on Thursday.

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It may be noted that In 2002, Tenzin Tsundue climbed the scaffolding of the Mumbai building where Chinese premier Zhu Rongji was staying during his state visit.

Tsundue carried a banner that read “Free Tibet: China, Get Out” and shouted slogans even as the police were carrying him out.

He repeated the performance in 2005 when Chinese premier Wen Jiabao was addressing a conference at the Indian Institute of Science in Bangalore, standing on the balcony of the 200ft-high tower with a red banner that read “Free Tibet”.

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