Tibet: famiglie ancora in cerca dei loro parenti, arrestati nel 2008

Il governo tibetano ha seguito la protesta pacifica guidata dai monaci del monastero di Sera, vicino la città di Lhasa.

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The Central Tibetan Administration received reports of the events that followed the peaceful protest led by monks of Sera monastery near Tibet’s capital Lhasa on 11 March 2008 and the subsequent brutal clampdown by the Chinese government.When a group of Tibetan monks led a peaceful demonstration in Lhasa on 10 March, the monks of Sera monastery joined them despite repressive measures imposed by monastic committee and special armed police. As a mark of solidarity, the residents of Tibetan community located near the monastery also joined the protest on hearing reports of severe beating of the monks by the police.

Twenty-year-old Gyaltsen and a group of Tibetan youths were arrested and tortured by police on 11 March 2008.

Now after more than two years, their whereabouts still remain unknown.

The family members could not find Gyaltsen, a native of Phusum town in Nyemo County, who was working as a tailor in Lhasa when he was arrested for taking part in the protest.

Similarly, on 11 March 2008 many more Tibetans were beaten and arrested during a raid conducted by a large contingent of public security bureau, special armed police in over 100 homes under the pretext of their role in 10 March protest. Some of the Tibetans were severely beaten during the time of their arrest. One of them was later released, but the fate of others remain unknown despite search efforts by their family members.

The names of those arrested are: Tenzin, Tasang, Khyikyag, Wangdue, Phurbu, Namsey, Migmar, Pema; Kelsang, Tenzin, Dawa Tsering, Lhagwang Wangdue, Pasang, Khando, Norbu, Pasang Tsering, Pasang, Dorjee Tsering, Namgang, Nyima Tsering, Tashi Dorjee, Phurbu Ngodup, Lhakpa, Penpa, Dachoe, Phurbu and Tsering Lasang.

Meanwhile, a photo of late 20-year-old Kunga with gun-shot wounds made its way to the outside, which substantiates the human rights abuse and repression prevailing in Tibet.

Kunga was a monk of Chogri monastery located in Drakgo County in Karze. He was shot dead by Chinese security forces when he along with fellow monks were helping Tibetans wounded during a peaceful protest in Drakgo county on 24 March 2008.

Fonte: Dossier Tibet, 26 luglio 2010

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