Lhasa: Human Rights Violations continue to take place in Tibet despite the Chinese Communist Party’s promise to improve it on many occasions, said a Canada-based think tank, International Forum for Rights and Security.
The infringements on religious practice like demolitions of Buddha and Padmasambhava Statues, absurd claims of selecting the next Dalia Lama, and detaining people from sharing the demolition videos are the recent examples of the human rights violation.
In March 2021, Chinese authorities deployed around 2,000 people to inspect Tibetan rural communities and enforce tighter travel restrictions, mainly near international borders in the South.
According to a recent media report, the Chinese government has also increased their restriction on the Tibetan Language on various online platforms and video streaming services.
(Information Supplied by The Print and Tibet.net)
By Team TRC