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Professor Agnihotri: India Should Declare Tibet as Disputed Territory


India Should Declare Tibet as Disputed Territory: Professor Agnihotri
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Professor Kuldeep Chand Agnihotri, the president of Bharat-Tibbat Sahayog Manch, an Indian Tibet Support group has said during the seminar that the Tibet problem may be resolved by declaring Tibet as a disputed territory by the Indian government. "People ask me how to get freedom for Tibet. I used to say, we don't have to do anything. By declaring Tibet as disputed territory by the Indian government only once will do," says Professor Agnihotri.

The seminar on "India and Tibet: Victim of Chinese Imperialism" was organized in Delhi, India to remember 1962 India-China conflict where China attacked Indian border on October 20, 1962.

A member of Tibetan parliament in exile, Acharya Yeshi Phuntsok was one of the speakers of the seminar and he spoke on "Failure of Ruthless Chinese Rule in Tibet" while describing the unique relationship of India and Tibet.

Former Chief Minister of Uttarkhand State of India and presently a member of Parliament Mr. Bhagat Singh Koshiyari and Mr. Indresh Kumar a prominent RSS leader also addressed the seminar.

The seminar was held at Mahavar Vaishya Bhawan in Yamuna Vihar, which is considered as one of the most populated area of Delhi.
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