China Forcing Religious Figures in Tibet to Impose its Role in Selecting Next Dalai Lama

The Chinese authorities are forcing the religious figures inside Tibet to impose its role in selecting the next Dalai Lama. While the issue of the Tibetan spiritual leader’s successor is of very much interest to China, no other party or country accepts its authority over it. According to the world report of China by Human Rights Watch, China is forcing Tibetan religious figures to endorse their policies in the matter.

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Dalai Lama Says Tibetans Will Never Accept China Appointed Successor

The Buddhist spiritual leader His Holiness the Dalai Lama in an exclusive interview told that Tibetans will never accept a successor appointed by China. His Holiness spoke for an exclusive interview by Nitin Gokhale from StratNews Global at his residence of Ganden Phelgyeling Monastery in Bodhgaya on Sunday.

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Illegal for China to Appoint Dalai Lama’s Successor: Chinese Scholars

A group of Chinese scholars and leaders have issued a joint statement slamming the government in Beijing over its ambitions to appoint the reincarnation of the Tibetan spiritual leader His Holiness the Dalai Lama. The statement in addition to calling for the reincarnation of His Holiness as purely a Tibetan religious affair, said it illegal for China to appoint one.

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Healthy and Joyful Dalai Lama Not in Hurry to Choose Successor

The Tibetan spiritual leader His Holiness the Dalai Lama during the closing ceremony of the Tibetan religious conference told of no hurry to choose his successor. His Holiness during the address at the gathering explained that he is physically healthy and joyful now therefore suggested there is no hurry to start process to choose his successor.

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US Praises India’s Generosity for Supporting Dalai Lama and Slams China

Following the war of words from China after a US diplomat stated that the Dalai Lama and Tibetans alone has the right to choose the next spiritual leader, a top US official slammed China. The Acting Assistant Secretary of State, Bureau of South and Central Asia while praising India’s support for Tibetans called China’s interference in Dalai Lama’s successor meritless.

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China Hits At US, Insists Its Approval Required to Choose Next Dalai Lama

Following the US Ambassador’s criticism of China over its persecution of the Tibetan people’s faith, it hit out at US. China has reiterated its insistence that their approval is must for choosing the next Dalai Lama. The communist regime made the statement to reject US assertion that the Tibetan people only choose their next leader.

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The Next Dalai Lama will be Born in India

The Tibetan spiritual leader His Holiness the Dalai Lama has in a recently published interview to a leading news agency told that the he will be reborn in India. His Holiness during the interview by senior journalist Vijay Kranti said that since he left China occupied Tibet deliberately to live in India, he will definitely be reborn in that region and not in the hands of Chinese.

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China Claims Authority Over Dalai Lama’s Successor Again, Warns India Not to Intervene

The Chinese government has once again claimed that they have the authority over His Holiness the Dalai Lama’s successor once again. China has even warned India not to intervene in the matter. The statement from a senior Chinese official echoed a warning that if India did not follow China’s stand on this matter, it could affect the bilateral ties.

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Dalai Lama Says is Happy to Live in India for Rest of His Life

In a recent interview of His Holiness the Dalai Lama at his residence in Dharamshala, he has said that he would be happy to live in India for the rest of his life. The Tibetan spiritual leader explains that it will be of no use to return to Tibet if there is no freedom. Therefore he said that he would be happy to live peacefully in India.

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China Claims Dalai Lama Successor has to be Approved by them

Following the remarks from the Tibetan spiritual leader His Holiness the Dalai Lama on the possibility of his successor from India, China responded immediately that it will not recognize such a successor. Chinese Foreign Ministry spokesperson said at a press conference on Tuesday that the Dalai Lama successor has to be approved by it.

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