Tibetan beauty joins ‘freedom’ march.May 28th, 2008 - 6:34 pm ICT by admin
New Delhi, May 28(ANI): Former Miss Tibet, Tsering Chungdak, joined exiled Tibetans in their ‘freedom’ march here today.
She called for the international communitys support for the Tibetan cause.
“We are protesting against the policy of the Chinese government. China has killed thousands of innocent Tibetans. Our brothers and sisters are suffering, they are oppressed. We want freedom and justice and urge the international community to support us,” said Chungdak.
Under the banner of All India Tibetan College Students Mass Movement (AITCSMM), they raised slogans like ‘what we want? We want dialogue, we demand dialogue’ and carried out a march from Rajghat.
The sixth day of peaceful protest witnessed the participation of a large number of Tibetan students.
Protesters said that the younger generation would continue with their struggle for the Tibetan cause in a peaceful and non-violent manner.
Tibetans have been staging protests to garner international attention towards their cause. (ANI)
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