New Evidence of CCP Trampling on Human Rights: Tibetans Arrested by Military Police for Privately Hiding Portraits of Dalai Lama
Translated by: MOS Information Group – The son of Forest
According to a source from the Voice of America, from August 22 to 24, more than 200 CCP soldiers and 9 military vehicles entered Wenbo Town, Shiqu County, Ganzi Tibetan Autonomous Prefecture, Sichuan, and the six villages into the town were searched and inspected in batches. The residences of monks, laymen, and Tibetans and their mobile phones tried to find “criminal evidence” of their contact with Tibetans abroad. 19 monks and about 40 villagers were arrested because they secretly hid a statue of the Dalai Lama.
The authorities did not provide a formal reason for arresting these people, and the detention center did not allow family and friends to visit.
On August 25, a meeting was held in the town, which ordered no one to hide the portrait of the Dalai Lama privately or send sensitive information via mobile phones. The military and police conducted searches from house to house in the town.
In addition to these public actions, the Chinese authorities have installed a variety of surveillance devices in many monasteries and villages that they consider suspicious and deployed plainclothes police and eyeliners to monitor them.
The CCP invaded Tibetan areas in 1950, and its severe suppression and persecution of languages, cultures, and religions in Tibet and surrounding areas have never stopped. Controlling the people’s thinking and preventing any attempt to subvert the CCP’s regime is what the CCP has always spared no effort to do. The rule reflects their fear of losing power. However, the illegally seized political power and unnatural power rule are destined to not last long.
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