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China considers Dalai Lama a traitor: WikiLeaks

December 21, 2010

Monday, December 20, 2010, 13:12 [IST], OneIndia News

Berlin, Dec 20: The hidden Chinese agenda on Nepal has found new proof
thanks to Wikileaks. The latest set of secret documents reveal that
China gave monetary benefits to Nepal police personnel to apparently
arrest Tibetans.

The cables dated February 22, 2010 paints a clearer picture of the
double standards played by the Communist China and that Wen Jiabao's
recent diplomatic efforts on his visit to India does not hold any moral
ground.

An unnamed source in the US embassy in New Delhi in an explosive
revelation claims, ?Chinese government rewards Nepali forces by
providing financial incentives to officers who hand over Tibetans
attempting to exit China?.

The leaked cables say, "XXX reiterated this belief to PolOff (Political
Officer) during a XXX meeting in Delhi, stating ?the Chinese government
rewards (Nepali forces)? by providing financial incentives to officers
who hand over Tibetans attempting to exit China.?

The cables also reveal how Chinese President Hu Jintao is ?firmly in
charge? on the issues concerning Tibet. The information was revealed by
the Der Spiegel, a German Magazine and said that US diplomatic sources
in Beijing believe ?true democracy? prevails in the Politburo of the
Communist regime in China though all sorts of public view or debate is
largely discouraged. The president handles all Tibet-issues closely.

According to Hu, "the Dalai Lama is a traitor," the cables revealed.
Also, those who adopt a milder approach to the Tibetan monk, Dalai Lama
will have to forego or rather risk their careers.
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