Dharamsala, April 19 – A Tibetan monk from Ngaba Gomang monastery was arrested in the beginning of this month for alleged anti government writings, according to Choedak, a Tibetan living in exile.
He was accused of writing two articles that criticized the Chinese government and supported the “separatist forces of the Dalai Lama”.
The Tibetan writer Dokru Tsuilrim was picked up by Chinese police from his room at Ngaba Gomang monastery.
The publication of his private journal in Tibetan language called “Khawai Tsesok” was also ceased, said Choedak, adding that it is not known where Tsuiltrim has been detained.
Tsuiltrim was born in Tsolho, and joined Ngaba Gomang monastery in 2005.