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Nepalese foreign ministry officials says: China increases pressure Nepal asking to curb Tibetan movements

August 7, 2009

Review Nepal
August 5, 2009

KATHMANDU, Nepal -- the north neighbor country
China has been pressing the Nepal government that
to curb anti china sentiment and activities from Nepal.

Nepal government has already declared that any
form of demonstration or protest against the
China is illegal. The home ministry of Nepal had
issued a ban order before a month.

The Chinese embassy of Kathmandu has sent so many
letters pressing the government that Nepal
government should be responsible for any kind of
anti china activities from Nepal. According to
the source close to the foreign ministry it has
received more than one dozen letters between a month periods.

The source claims that has been rising pressure
tremendously stating that Nepal would be a main
responsible to curb the anti china activities
lunched by the free Tibetan movement supporters
from all over the globe. "Being a neighboring
country Nepal would be able to control any form
of Tibetan refugee activities or anti china
sentiment from Nepal." The letters use to states said the source.

China has increased such a pressure after the
meeting with Dalai Lama by the Nepalese
parliamentary in India. Nepal government had
already declared that any form of demonstration
or protest against the China is illegal.

Such a claim from the Nepalese foreign ministry
source has also been proved by the International
Campaign for Tibet (ICT) The ICT had said some
two weeks ago that The Chinese authorities has
been pressing the Nepal government to crackdown the Tibetan movement.

The Washington-based group had said that the
Tibetan refugees were "increasingly demoralized"
in Nepal due to political pressure from Beijing.
More than 20,000 Tibetans have been living in
Nepal since 1959. Likewise, About 2,500 Tibetan
refugees have been living in India including
their spiritual leader Dalai Lama.
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