BJP MP Demands Bharat Ratna For The Dalai Lama On His 85th Birthday

A number of calls for have been made up to now for conferring the Bharat Ratna on the Dalai Lama (File)


BJP MP from Himachal Pradesh’s Kangra, Kishan Kapoor, has urged the centre to confer the nation’s highest civilian order – Bharat Ratna – on the Dalai Lama and referred to as for the liberty of Tibet from China.

The Bharat Ratna would be the finest reward from the centre to the Dalai Lama on his 85th birthday, Mr Kapoor stated, who congratulated the Tibetan non secular chief in Dharamshala right this moment.

“It’s a matter of nice fortune for the individuals of the state, particularly the individuals of my constituency, that the Dalai Lama, got here from Tibet and settled in McLeodganj after deciding to reside in exile,” he stated.

Supporting the demand for a whole independence of Tibet, Mr Kapoor stated the way in which China has taken over Tibet via excesses is unlucky.

He stated China is habituated with seizing neighbouring territories that’s the reason it’s laying declare to Russia’s Vladivostok area even after signing a treaty with it practically 150 years in the past.

China ought to come ahead to resolve the border dispute with out violence like a great neighbour and “hand over” Tibet to the Dalai Lama, he stated.

Earlier too, the demand for conferring the Bharat Ratna on the Dalai Lama has been made by a number of individuals.

Shanta Kumar, a senior BJP chief and former Chief Minister of Himachal Pradesh, had in April 2019 submitted to the Union Authorities a letter signed by the MPs of a number of political events, supporting the demand for Bharat Ratna for the Dalai Lama.

Former international secretary Nirupama Rao too had posted simply days after the conflict between Indian Military personnel and Chinese language troops in Galwan Valley that he needs to be given the award.

Historian Ramachandra Guha in a article final 12 months had argued that India ought to affirm its respect for the Dalai Lama by overtly honouring him with the Bharat Ratna.

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