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"Canada can, within a positive friendly atmosphere, ask the Chinese government to resolve the Tibetan situation."

India should tell China to free Tibet

November 18, 2009

Phayul
November 16, 2009

Dharamsala, November 16 -- Describing China as
India's biggest enemy, the Vishwa Hindu Parishad
(VHP) International President Mr. Ashok Singhal
on Sunday reportedly asked India to make effort to free Tibet.

Mr Singhal was addressing media persons at the
Press Club of Bangalore, where he appealed to the
Indian masses to boycott China made goods in
protest against their alleged support to the Maoists.

"China is supplying huge amount of weapons to the
Maoists via Burma, Bangladesh, and Nepal," DNA quoted Singhal as saying.

He called for the use of army and air force to
swiftly deal with the insurgency and said the
ruling UPA government's soft approach was responsible for this menace.

"China is the biggest enemy of India and the UPA
government is afraid of taking any action against
them," DNA quoted Singhal as saying.

"India should tell China to free Tibet and the
Dalai Lama should rule there," he added.

Singhal charged China with waging a proxy war
against India by supplying arms to Maoists, who
he described as "anti-national forces" engaged in
battle to subvert democracy in the country".

"Huge amounts of consumer goods from China are
being clandestinely brought into the country to
flood its markets and this is badly affecting our
economy," PTI quoted Singhal as telling reporters.

"We urge the people of the country to give up
buying and using products made in China," he said.

Singhal alleged that China was supplying arms to
Maoists through Myanmar, Nepal and Bangladesh as
it wanted to break India into many pieces.

If China was objecting to the visit of the Prime
Minister Manmohan Singh and the Tibetan religious
leader Dalai Lama to Tawang in Arunachal Pradesh,
why Indian government was hesitating to ban
Chinese goods, Mangalorean.com reported Singhal
as saying during the press conference.
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