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Chinese government made requests to curb demonstration by Tibetan

June 29, 2009 June 27th 2009

KATHMANDU, NEPAL - Chinese government has requested the Nepal government to
curb the growing demonstration against the china by the Tibetan exiles.

The Chinese government has made this request through its ambassador to Nepal
ambassador to Nepal.

Police had arrested on Friday 34 Tibetan exiles who had tried to stage a
demonstration near the Chinese border, Tatopani.

Likewise some Tibetans had also demonstrated in Kavre district on Friday as
well against the Chinese authorities. According to the statistics around
20,000 exiled Tibetans use to live in Nepal rightly after their spiritual
leader the Dalai Lama fled China into exile in India in 1959.
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