DHARAMSHALA: A Tibetan man arrested by the Chinese police in Serthar in eastern Tibet this February is still held incommunicado and the authorities have neither framed any charges against him nor made any verdict, fresh reports coming out of Tibet say.
Tsultrim, age 40, is now in a prison in Dartsedo in eastern Tibet after he was arrested in Serthar in February this year without any charges. The authorities have barred him from seeing any visitors.
But the police suspect that he was involved in a peaceful demonstration by Tibetans in Serthar this January, a month before his arrest. Two Tibetans were reportedly shot dead and many others arrested after police opened fire on the peaceful protesters.
Tsultrim is a native of Ngaba region. He has a wife and a one and half year old child.