Arrestati due monaci a Lhoka in Tibet

All’inizio di questo mese, due funzionari di un monastero nella regione Lhoka del Tibet sono stati arrestati a seguito di una protesta contro le autorità cinesi.

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Two monk officials of a monastery in Tibet’s Lhoka region have been arrested, following a protest by monks of the monastery against Chinese authorities earlier this month. Gyurmey Tenzin and an unidentified monk official of Mindroling monastery had approached the local Chinese authorities to allow Dralha Rinpoche – an heir lama to the throne of Mindroling, which is one of the six lineages within the Nyingmapa tradition ofTibetan Buddhism – to visit the monastery. On September 19, around 50 monks of Mindroling monastery protested against the authorities and demanded that their revered teacher, Dralha Rinpoche, be allowed to visit the monastery. Chinese authorities cordoned off the monastery by deploying armed soldiers around the monastery and prepared for assault. The monks and local Tibetan populace remain apprehended by the turn of events. The monastery has been closed to outside visitors. More than 80 Chinese work team officials have arrived at the monastery where monks have been subjected to patriotic reeducation sessions. Mindroling monastery in exile, which has been rebuilt near Dehradun, has confirmed that activities of Dralha Rinpoche are being strictly monitored by Chinese authorities and his movements in Tibet are under close surveillance.

Fonte: Dossier Tibet, 30 settembre 2010

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