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Massive support of “Jago Bharat Jago Tibet Yatra”

December 30, 2009

myHimachal - Sirmour, HP
December 28, 2008
 
Free Tibet, Security of India, and Violence & Terrorism Free World is the message of the countrywide “Jago Bharat Jago Tibet Yatra” organized under the leadership of Free Tibet & Peace Activist - Dr. Mahesh Yadav, Founder/President of Mahatma Gandhi Tibet Freedom Movement concerned to-Global Amity Foundation.
 
The Yatra has started from Bhopal on a 50 day long countrywide journey commencing at Rajghat, New Delhi via 12 biggest states of India . This Yatra is a myriad of press conferences, public seminars ‘n’ debates with wider distribution of printed matters/materials. With this Yatra, various programs have been organized in different rural and urban cities like Bhopal , Mandideep, Obeidullahganj, Budhni, Hoshangabad, Itarsi etc to educate Indians about the Tibet cause and appeal from them to support it vehemently.
 
MGTFM Free Tibet & Peace Activists, Dr. Manmohan Kurapa and Siddharth Bhatia also are taking part in this Yatra and educating and distributing printed materials about Tibet cause. Indian public, political leaders and media all are supporting and appreciating “Jago Bharat Jago Tibet Yatra” equally.
 
Dr. Yadav while addressing the media, requested UNO, Government of India, leaders of USA , Britain , France , Japan , Italy , Israel , Switzerland and Australia, and all Noble Peace Laureates and Human Rights and Peace-award winners , to support the Messenger of Peace, H. H. The Dalai Lama, to save Tibet for world peace. Dr Yadav said, “if we are serious over the rights of animals, and talk about human rights, then why are we silent on the issue of Tibet?” He also said that if H.H. the Dalai Lama is defeated following the policy of truth, non-violence & world peace of Mahatma Gandhi, then every one will be compelled to follow the path of violence and terror rather than the path of non-violence and this will be very dangerous for world peace.
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