I warns Dalai Lama against making anti-China comments during Assam visit

Cornelia Mascio
Marzo 29, 2017

"We will not tolerate it if you act as a spokesperson for Indian sentiments from Assam's soil", it added. On April 2, the Dalai Lama will participate in the Assam government-organised Namami Brahmaputra festival. IB officials tell OneIndia that they believe that the warning has been issued at China's behest, where the leader of the terror outfit, Paresh Baruah is hiding.

However, the caveat we would like you to honour upon making the trip that nothing against China will be uttered by you in private or public; because China has always been a friendly neighbour of ours (Assam's) and the relationship between China and Assam is truly very deep in linguistic and cultural heritage of the two nations.

Intelligence Bureau officials have warned against possible trouble during Tibetian spiritual leader Dalai Lama's visit to India. It may be recalled that China had warned of severe damage to Indo-Chinese relations after the Dalai Lama had announced his visit to India.

China has objected to the proposed visit of the Dalai Lama to Tawang monastery which it claims to be part of its territory.

He will arrive in Assam on April 1, and deliver a lecture in Guwahati.

From April 5 to 12, he will be in Arunachal Pradesh, visiting Tawang, Lumla, Dirang, Bomdila and Itanagar. The threat states that Dalai Lama should be mindful of what he says, as it could create conflict in bilateral relations.

Security has been beefed up in certain parts of Assam, amid reports that the ULFA-I could try to disrupt events attended by the Dalai Lama.

The ULFA (I) chairman has also warned the Tibetan spiritual leader that his plan to visit Tawang "despite China's objections" was "unwise" and "a cause of great concern to us". "In neutralising Indian military power, China is also likely to unleash an enormous counter offensive which will be a disaster for Assam".

"India has kept her nuclear arsenal ready on Assam's soil to use against your country". Moreover, your beloved Tibet also likely to suffer heavily from your host's action. "Because the situation can escalate and China's restraint not to have a military confrontation with India might be overridden by necessity and a war might become inevitable", said Ulfa (I).

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