The Tibetan Youth Congress recently organized a “Freedom Concert” in Delhi, India, to raise awareness about the political situation in Tibet. The event was attended by over 5,000 people, including Tibetans and supporters from various parts of India.
The concert featured performances by Tibetan artists, as well as speeches by political leaders and activists. The main aim of the event was to draw attention to the ongoing struggle for Tibetan independence and to highlight the human rights violations faced by Tibetans under Chinese rule.
The Tibetan Youth Congress, a pro-independence group, has been campaigning for the freedom of Tibet since its inception in 1970. The group has been advocating for the reinstatement of Tibet’s independence and for the return of the Dalai Lama, who has been living in exile in India since 1959.
The event also marked the 11th anniversary of the 2008 Tibetan uprising, during which hundreds of Tibetans were killed or arrested for protesting against Chinese rule.
The organizers of the Freedom Concert expressed their gratitude to the Indian government for allowing them to hold the event, despite pressure from China to cancel it. They also called on the international community to support their cause and put pressure on China to respect the human rights of Tibetans. The event was seen as a significant step towards raising awareness about the Tibetan cause in India and around the world, and the organizers hope to hold similar events in the future to keep the issue alive in the public consciousness.