China threatens India, not to spoil relations because of Dalai Lama

CHINA THREATENS INDIA, NOT TO SPOIL RELATIONS BECAUSE OF DALAI LAMA

China threatens India, not to spoil relations because of Dalai Lama

On the issue of the Dalai Lama, China once again expressed resentment towards India's stand. It warned India that consideration should be given to such topics of concern; otherwise relations between the two countries can be affected. China said this, when Dalai Lama was invited to the International Buddhist Conference held in Bihar.

China strictly rejects this move of India and opposes it. The spokesperson said, "We request that India recognize the separatist behavior of Dalai Lama and his colleagues and respect Tibet and related matters. 

It is notable that the inauguration of the International Buddhist Seminar held in Rajgir of Bihar was inaugurated by Dalai Lama on March 17. Buddhist monks and scholars from various countries participated in the seminar.




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