Protesters burn China's red flags and calls for boycott China after Indo -Tibet border clash

Dharamshala, India — Tibetans and Indians in Dharamshala, India on Thursday staged protests against China's occupation of Tibet and burned Chinese flags, as a strong response to the action of China's red troops.

The totalitarian communist regime in China invaded Tibet in 1949. India accepted Chinese control over Tibet. Indian and Chinese soldiers clashed on Indo-Tibet border last night killing three Indian soldiers and injuring others. Chinese state-run media Global times has accepted casualties on the Chinese side too.

"Since then China has repeatedly led military incursions on India and India silently suffered China's bullying," Tenzin Tsundue, a poet, writer, and Tibetan activist said, adding: "But, today's India is strong and gives it back in equal measures. It may NOT flare up into a war, but the cost of lives and limbs, and the land is real."

Five best responses India can give
1. #BoycottChina #BoycottMadeInChina #MakeInIndia
2. Recognise Dharamshala based Tibetan Government in Exile. Recognize His Holiness the Dalai Lama as the leader of Tibet, award him Bharat Ratna
3. Support Hong Kong people's movement for freedom
4. Support Uyghur East Turkestan's independence. Invite Rabeer Khadeer to India.
5. Support Taiwan's independence. Turn Taiwan's cultural and economic office in India into Taiwan's embassy
The Tibetan activist has urged vigilance, saying "Every Indian must start saying #TibetBorder and stop saying China border."

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