Dharamsala :The Sixth International Tibet(SIT) support conference held in India recently saw the largest number of Chinese participation, a report prepared by the Tibetan government in exile here said Monday.
The report was released today at Dharamsala in Himachal Pradesh the seat of the Tibetan government in exile by Ngawang Phelgya, the chief supreme justice commissioner.
â€œThe report will serve as a reference tool to the worldwide Tibet support groups and all volunteers for the Tibetan peopleâ€™s non-violent movement struggle,â€ he said.
â€œWe hope the action plan of the conference will help alleviate the human rights situation in Tibet and guide the worldwide Tibet support movement,â€ Phelgya said.
Kalon Takla another top Tibetan official said, â€œThe growing number of our Chinese brothers and sisters in the non-violent movement of the Tibetan people eloquently refutes the Chinese governmentâ€™s allegation that the worldwide Tibet movement is anti-China or anti-Chinese people.â€
â€œThe Dalai Lamaâ€™s guidance remains the main wellspring of inspiration of the the TSG movement,â€™ she said.
The sixth conference was held in the background of the widespread eruption of peaceful protests that engulfed Tibet in the spring and summer of 2008.
258 participants from 57 countries attended the conference.The previous conferences were held in India,Brussels,Prague and Berlin.
The Tibetan government in exile is based in Himachal Pradeshâ€™s Dharamsala town, but is not recognised by any government in the world.Well over 100,000 Tibetan refugees live in India.
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