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Tibetan youth beaten to death in Golog
Phayul[Monday, December 15, 2014 19:19]
By Phuntsok Yangchen

DHARAMSHALA, December 15: A Tibetan man has been to death by Chinese authorities in Takthak Township in Dharlak County, Golog, following a clash between the local Tibetans and authorities over election for local office.

A Tibetan source said that 22-year-old Karmey was brutally beaten by the Chinese authorities in detention on December 10, and died next day in a hospital.

According to the source, a clash broke out between local Tibetans and Chinese authorities on December 7, after Tibetans voted for a candidate named Tashi, instead of a candidate favored by the authorities.

The Chinese authorities then arrested over a dozen Tibetans including Tashi, Lokel, Ghangha and Ghangdo.

Local Tibetans are demanding justice for Karmey in front of the County headquarters.

This is the second case of a death of Tibetan under Chinese police custody in less than a week.

On December 9, Bachen Gyalwa also known as Ngawang Monlam, a Tibetan village leader was killed by the Chinese authorities in Driru County. He was known by the locals as a well-respected man and someone who has pioneered several social works in the field of youth education, promotion of religion and culture, unity and harmony.
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