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Shugden followers' allegations baseless : CTA

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Dharamshala | Sunday, May 11 2014 IST
The Central Tibetan Administration (CTA) today strongly condemned the protests against the Tibetan spiritual head the Dalai Lama organised mainly by non-Tibetans who were linked to the fundamentalist cult associated with the propitiation of Dolgyal (Shugden).

A statement by the Kasag (Tibetan Cabinet) here today said their allegations of human rights abuses against those Tibetans who propitiate this spirit were baseless.

"The fact that Dolgyal groups welcome the Norwegian government's decision not to meet with the Dalai Lama due to pressure from the Chinese government clearly confirms this group was doing the political bidding at the behest of the Chinese government, the statement said.

Kasag said."the Shugden-related groups are misleading the public with false allegations against both the Dalai Lama and the CTA, we trust the public will see through these unfounded allegations, said Sikyong Dr Lobsang Sangay Prime Minister Tibetan Government in Exile." In fact, far from denying them their religious freedom, Tibetan Dolgyal propitiation continue to travel overseas seeking legal status or political asylum in North America and Europe, Dolgyal followers could be using denial of religious freedom as an excuse, but the very documents on which they stay in India and travel abroad, was issued by the government of India and endorsed by the CTA.

Therefore, the CTA had neither denied them their religious freedom nor obstructed their rights to live in India and travel abroad.

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