MSU hosts panel on ‘history, future’ of Tibet

The Department of Political Science in the Faculty of Arts at MS University and the Atal Bihari Vajpayee Institute of Policy Research and International Studies hosted a lecture and discussion titled “Tibet’s Past and Future” on Friday.

According to Tsering Lhamo, a member of the Tibetan Parliament in Exile, the people of Tibet have been “denied basic rights like education, Tibetan language, culture, and history” as a result of “changing policies by China.”

According to a press statement from the government, Lhamo also claimed that Tibetans, who are traditionally nomadic, are being confined to urban ghettos.

By Staff Writer

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