Dharamshala: The Communist Party of China continues to strictly enforce repressive policies inside Tibet, perennially violating the rights and freedom of Tibetans and subjecting them to unequal treatment.
According to reliable sources inside Tibet, it is said that very few cherry-picked Tibetan students who have scored high marks in their tertiary education occupy the top administrative positions in the so-called “Tibet Autonomous Region” while the rest are predominantly occupied by Chinese officials. Because of the declining number of job opportunities for Tibetans, in areas like Shigatse, most Tibetan graduates above 18 are compelled to enlist in PLA. Moreover, in an attempt to brainwash young Tibetan students, education in the schools is replaced by political propaganda that repeatedly rolls out accusations against His Holiness the Dalai Lama for carrying out separatist activities.
Similarly, in the annual report of Palyul county of Kardze Prefecture, the authority’s adherence to the sinicization of Tibetan Buddhism and enhanced supervision of religious affairs in compliance with the law has been reported. The report further mentioned about the expulsion of 4,651 monks and nuns from monasteries and the demolition of 4,120 monk’s quarters at Yarchen Gar Monastery, one of the largest Tibetan Buddhist institutes in Kham, Eastern Tibet.