China vows reforms in Tibet
PRESS TRUST OF INDIA
Beijing, Jan 29: China today called for stepped up vigil against the "Dalai clique" to safeguard national unity as it promised to carry out reforms in Tibet while opening up the troubled Himalayan region, which saw nearly 100 immolation incidents in recent times.
Losang Jamcan, who today took over as the Chairman of Tibet a high administrative post, said, "Reform and opening up is a must for the prosperity of Tibet and its people. Without the policy, today's Tibet would not exist, nor would the prosperity and development of tomorrow's Tibet."
Losang also called for maintaining vigilance in times of peace as well as taking a firm political stand and acting consistently to resolutely battling against "the Dalai Lama clique" and unswervingly safeguarding the unification of national unity.
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Lastupdate on : Tue, 29 Jan 2013 18:30:00 GMT
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