Tibet In Focus

‘China Has Leveraged Its Control To Transform Tibet’

Surya Gangadharan New Delhi, India 15 October 2018

The Indian perception of Tibet is generally negative, coloured by even more negative views of China. Maj.Gen. BK Sharma was in Tibet recently at the invitation of the Chinese government and in this interview, talks about his experience, what he saw and learnt.

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  • Keeping in view of the interview of Maj. Gen.B.K.Sharma. i would like to say, it is a great intetvirw . Mr. Sharma has left any stone unturn to speak all aspects of Tibet which is now a part of china. Very long back, it was a part of india. As described, it is now a very developed country in every spahere. It means allround development. We seek friendship and peace in this region .

  • A very elaborate and clear view of the present situation prevailing in Tibet and the Indo China relations. I agree with the concluding comments of Gen. Sharma.

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