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Tibetan Youth Congress protest against Beijing Winter Olympics

Tibetan Youth Congress (TYC) today staged a protest at Teen Murti Marg Chowk against Beijing Winter Olympics. TYC protestors chanted slogans against Beijing’s perceived human rights violation in Tibet and

Tibetan Youth Congress (TYC) today staged a protest at Teen Murti Marg Chowk against Beijing Winter Olympics.

TYC protestors chanted slogans against Beijing’s perceived human rights violation in Tibet and in other parts of China. They also carried placards “No Beijing 2022.”

The TYC also welcomed the United States and other democratic countries on their decision to boycott the Winter Olympics in Beijing on a diplomatic level.

The TYC also demanded the International Olympic Committee to ban the present Beijing Winter Olympics owing to China’s ongoing human rights violations.

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TYC also protested against China’s People’s Liberation Army’s regimental commander who had suffered severe injuries during the Galwan clash and became the torchbearer at the Beijing 2022 Olympics Torch Relay on Wednesday.

Further, the TYC reaffirmed their patriotic spirit towards India and the cause of Tibet as a part of their protest.

The TYC represents the cause of Tibetans in international forums. (ANI inputs)

First Published: 4th February, 2022 17:17 IST

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