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Beijing: the act of China's "forceful capturing of Tibet has had aftermath and adverse effects on the ages-old and revered indigenous values and cultures of the population in Tibet, said reports.

READ HERE: Tibetan Culture setbacks by China's Invasion (image credits Europe sun)
READ HERE: Tibetan Culture setbacks by China's Invasion (image credits Europe sun)

Beijing: the act of China’s “forceful capturing of Tibet has had aftermath and adverse effects on the ages-old and revered indigenous values and cultures of the population in Tibet, said reports.

China has been maintaining its territorial power over the Tibetan territories and has wanted to “sincize” the people living in the country that preaches the culture of Tibet since the occupation of the Tibetan region.

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As per the sources, the global ambition of China is highly stimulated by its “assertive characteristics” all around its territories, where it displays itself as a major contender.

China has managed to spark discontent with many of its neighbours with border conflicts and sovereign claims over regions.

Furthermore, the most repressive Chinese tactics depend on the “iron-fisted power of Tibet, which claimed the lives of thousands of person”. The claims of China over Tibet have only become stronger over the past years.

The legitimacy of China in Tibet has come from an “illegal contract on tactics for the Peaceful Liberation of the Tibetan territory”, also known as the seventeen Point contract, which came into motion on May 23, 1951.

As per the contract, China had pledged to keep Tibet’s traditional authorities and religious culture intact without any stoppages on the continuation of the practices by the ethnic groups.

The Tibetan government in exile has confirmed that the contract was written by “coercive mediums” and is devoid of any legal legitimacy by China.

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Moreover, for 80 years, China has undercut the contract through which it derives its lawfulness. 

The authorities in China have tried their hands to “rinse culture in the Tibetan state” from the holy lands by making enter “policies related to communists, enforcing regressive Sinicization tactics and forcefully assimilating its ethnic people in Tibetan territories”.

In addition, the Communist Party in China has been working to declare an heir to the Dalai Lama many times. But the works and operations of Beijing were unsuccessful. 

As per the updates, The plans of finding an heir to the Dalai Lama 14th hold a significant part of China’s plans of capturing the regions in Tibet and turning it into the China territory.

In the end, the reports further added that such motives, if given space and time in international settings, can prove to result in an “infestation of far more regressive planning in sensitive regions including Tibet.” (ANI)

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