China objects to Dalai visit to Arunachal

The Dalai Lama intends to travel to Arunachal in the middle of November, which the Tibetan government-in-exile says has nothing to do with politics.

Commenting on the development, Chinese foreign ministry voiced strong concern, saying it further reveals the Dalai clique’s anti-China and separatist essence. Foreign Ministry spokesperson Jiang Yu said: “We firmly oppose Dalai visiting Arunachal Pradesh.” India feels the Chinese objections are unwarranted and the Tibetan leader is free to travel anywhere in the country. “There are no restrictions on travel of the Dalai Lama in India,” official sources said in New Delhi.

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