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China accuses Dalai Lama of instigating self-immolations

March 7, 2012 - Beijing

The Dailai Lama's clique has been warned for instigating separatist activities like self-immolations in a small number of monasteries and disrupting the stably-developing trend in the Tibetan-populated regions, said Li Changping, a member of the standing committee of the Sichuan Committee of the Communist Party of China Wednesday.

"The Dalai Lama clique have made more attempts to split China, a few monks and nuns in the Tibetan-populated regions echoed them at a distance. But these people can neither represent all Tibetans nor stop the stably-developing trend in these regions," said Li at a panel discussion of the Sichuan Delegation.

A string of self-immolations broke out in Tibetan areas in the provinces of Sichuan and Qinghai bordering Tibet in recent months, Xinhua reports.

And at least two mob attacks on police offices were reported in Sichuan's volatile Tibetan areas in late January, leaving at least two people dead and more than a dozen injured. China has blamed the Dalai Lama cligue for instigating these activities.

Li said that Dailai Lama was the hatchet man of anti-China forces in the world, the ringleader of the conspiracy of "Free Tibet", the ultimate agitator of the chaos of Tibet and Tibetan Buddhism and the utmost impediment to the normal development of Tibetan Buddhism.

"Our combat with the Dalai Lama clique is not on the ethical or religious fronts but a serious political struggle," he said.


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