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Chinese presidents posters and China's flag burnt for Tibet freedom
Global Amity Council[Wednesday, October 25, 2006 09:53]
Bhopal - Quite aggressive were the activists for peace, while shouting out slogans with widening
out their lips at the most, Simultaneously raising their hands up and down that, “we do not want Hu jin tao in India, so do not come to India”, “Tibet’s freedom is India’s security”, “China free the Tibet”, etc etc on the occasion of the UNO day, in Bhopal(India) .

Peace activist Dr. Mahesh yadav [the blood campaigner] founder convener of” MAHATMA GANDHI TIBET,S FREEDOM MOVEMENT” a concern of “MAHATMA GANDHI GLOBAL AMITY COUNCIL”, its working president Ajay jain [ a peace activist ], Amrish Patel, Vijay Kumar kake, Sunil dabar and others in the presence of a large No. of peoples burnt down the posters of Chinese president Hu Jin Tao with a No. of slogans written on it along with a China’s flag, besides shouting slogans.

Dr. Yadav on the occasion said that, - “It is an utmost insult towards the humanity as a whole, while whole of the world comes ahead in support of the protection of the human rights but keeps silent on the issue of Tibet where genocide is the leading agenda. Even the UNO’s role on this issue is questionable because UNO which is meant for tutelaging the rights and security of humans is not coming ahead with any solution towards Tibet’s issue and no doubt this untowards role of it had greatly ponderously strengthened and enlarged the cruel China on its cruelty front.


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