64th Tibetan Uprising Day – Dalai Lama For A Peaceful Earth

Dharamsala: On 10th March – the 64th Tibetan Uprising Day, the Dalai Lama met the members of the delegation from the European Parliament, Mexico, and Lithuania at his residence here.

In a brief address the Dalai Lama said, “When I was young and used to play with children, I had no idea about their religion and nationality. They were the same human being with the same smile.

It is totally wrong to say my religion –their religion and my nation-their nation and fighting and killing each other on these bases. It is totally wrong. Our two generations used weapons to kill each other. I think we must say it is enough, enough, enough.

A delegation from the European Parliament, Mexico and Lithuania on Friday at the residence of the Dalai Lama in Dharamsala

So now we really need a council of oneness among 7-8 billion people of the world .We are the same human beings, so should remain on this planet as brothers and sisters.”

A statement of Tibetan Parliament-in-Exile was also issued from Dharamsala the headquarters of Tibetan in exile on 64th Tibetan Uprising Day:-

Today on March 10th, we remember the 1959 Tibetan Uprising Day. This was when the Chinese government attacked Tibet’s capital, Lhasa, and tried to harm the Dalai Lama. The Tibetan people couldn’t take it anymore and protested. We honor those who fought for Tibet’s freedom and those who lost their lives.

The Chinese government has been trying to erase Tibet’s culture and identity for years. They have even destroyed the environment. But the Tibetan people have never given up. They continue to peacefully resist and fight for their rights.

Last year, the 8th World Parliamentarians’ Convention on Tibet was held in Washington, DC. This led to the creation of new Tibet support groups in Mexico and Spain. We are grateful for their support.

The Tibetan Parliament-in-Exile is working hard to get more support for Tibet. We must take responsibility for our own cause. Those in exile must remember the kindness of the Dalai Lama and use their democratic freedoms wisely.

We are thankful to the government and people of India who have extended to us all facilities of rehabilitation and assistance, as well as other countries, organizations, and individuals who have helped us. We pray that the Dalai Lama will be with us for a long time and that Tibet will be free.

On March 10th, a delegation from the European Parliament, Mexico, and Lithuania showed their support for Tibet at the main Tibetan temple in Dharamsala, India. We appreciate their solidarity.

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