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We have proof of Dalai Lama's involvement in Lhasa riots: Chinese minister

November 4, 2009

October 29, 2009

China has sufficient evidence to prove that last
year's Lhasa riots were masterminded and incited
by Tibetan spiritual leader, the Dalai Lama, a
vice minister of the ruling Communist Party of China (CPC) has claimed.

"We have ample facts and evidence that last
year's Lhasa violence was premeditated,
masterminded and incited by the Dalai Lama
clique... Also, the Dalai Lama himself has made
several speeches since the March 14 riots to
defend involved criminals," China Daily quoted
Zhu Weiqun, a vice minister of the United Front
Work Department of the CPC, as saying.

Zhu added that the Dalai Lama turned to so-called
"middle line" after his conspiracies- aided with
some Western countries failed to achieve "Tibet independence."

"However, the so-called "middle line" is still in
nature "Tibet independence". Since 2007 to the
opening of the Beijing Olympic Games, the Dalai
Lama clique, especially the extremist group
"Tibetan Youth Congress", had organized and
incited a series of violent activities in an
attempt to disrupt Tibet's society," he claimed.

On the question of why the Chinese authorities
ended talks with the Dalai Lama's private
representative, Zhu said it was the Dalai Lama himself who halted the talks.

"During the talks in last Nov, the Dalai Lama's
representative showed a so-called "memorandum on
Tibetans' genuine autonomy" and claimed that the
following talks with the central government
should be based on the memorandum," he said.

"At that time, the central government's stance is
crystal clear that the memorandum is another
edition of the Tibet independence plot that is
completely unacceptable. Seeing its attempt fail
to come true, the Dalai Lama clique immediately
convened a special meeting among all exiled
Tibetans and announced the suspension of the
contact and talks," he added. (ANI)
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