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Old April 22nd, 2016, 10:49 AM
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India issues visa to Uighur terrorist ; China seeths

Beijing has reacted angrily after India granted a visa to a Germany-based Uyghur activist, branded a terrorist by the Chinese government, to attend a conference on democracy in Dharamsala later this month.
Munich-based Dolkun Isa, from the World Uyghur Congress (WUC), has been accused of terrorism and conspiracy to kill people in Xinjiang in China’s remote northwest. The WUC is a grouping of the Uyghur community outside China.
The moves comes against the backdrop of China blocking an Indian bid to sanction Pakistan-based Masood Azhar, the head of the banned Jaish-e-Mohammed, at the UN Security Council. China imposed a “technical hold” on the move, saying more information is needed on the matter.
“Dolkun Isa is a terrorist on red notice of Interpol and the Chinese police. Bringing him to justice is a due obligation of relevant countries,” China’s foreign ministry told Hindustan Times in an emailed response late on Thursday.

The brief reaction was couched in diplomatic language but reflected Beijing’s anger.
The conference to which Dolkun Isa has been invited will be held between April 28 and May 1at Dharamsala, the seat of the Tibetan government-in-exile, and this has added to Beijing’s unease.
Exiled Chinese activists from around the world will gather to discuss democratic transition in China. Dharamsala-based Tibetan spiritual leader Dalai Lama, labelled a “separatist” and “a wolf in sheep’s clothing” by China, is expected to address the meet.
The conference is being organised by US-based Citizen Power for China, which is led by Yang Jianli, who was involved in the 1989 Tiananmen Square protests.
Munich-based Dolkun Isa, who was granted asylum by Germany in the late 1990s, confirmed to Hindustan Times on email that he had received an electronic visa from India and is looking forward to his first visit to the country.
“Yes, I am invited one of the conference in Dharamsala which will be held between 28 April and May 1. I am planning to go, so I have got the electronic visa for India,” he said.
“I really want to visit India because I have never been (to) India,” he said. “India is one of my dream (countries) to visit.”
Read :‘Policies in Xinjiang brutal, cause trauma among Uyghurs’
The Xinjiang region has seen rioting and frequent violence between the local Uyghur population and government forces. Exiled Uyghur activists say the violence is a result of Beijing’s hardline policies and a reaction to the government’s efforts to subsume the unique local culture.
Dolkun said India and East Turkistan – the historical name of the region that China says separatist Uyghurs from Xinjiang are fighting for – had good relations.
“I would like to enjoy Indian culture. East Turkistan and India had a long and very good relationship in the history. Uyghurs love India’s people,” he said.
Talking about India and China, Dolkun said: “India is the world’s largest democratic nation and second big population after China. But China is still under totalitarianism rule. India has the responsibility to teach democracy to China.”
Dolkun acknowledged he has to be careful about his travel plans because of the Interpol notice against him.
“The Chinese government has made me an accused with Interpol and my name is on red (corner) notice. Because of this, I have faced troubles in some countries’ immigration. I was detained at the border of some countries. I have to be careful about travelling except in the European Union,” he said.
World Uyghur Congress spokesperson Dilxat Raxit said he hoped the Indian government was following the situation of Uyghurs in Xinjiang and would voice its “solidarity with their fight for justice”.
The controversy comes at a time when top Indian leaders, including external affairs minister Sushma Swaraj and National Security Adviser Ajit Doval, have raised the issue of China blocking India’s bid to sanction Masood Azhar at the UN.
The new row, coupled with the question of Azhar, could cast a shadow on President Pranab Mukherjee’s visit to China in late May.


http://www.hindustantimes.com/india/...mBHxIwxaJ.html
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Old April 22nd, 2016, 10:53 AM
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areas of china demanding independence

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Re: India issues visa to Uighur terrorist ; China seeths

China thinks that Dalai Lama is also a terrorist.
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China thinks that Dalai Lama is also a terrorist.
this uighur guy must be peaceful . so he must be a real terrorist .
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Old April 23rd, 2016, 09:48 AM
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Let the Pro Pak Faction in China also get a taste of who they are supporting.
I found quite a few 'Islamic bakery' stalls in Shanghai when I went in 2002. Though they must under close watch.
The mango Chinese are quite friendly though. At an Indian restaurant, the Chinese Steward was greeting us 'Aaiye aapka swagay hai'.
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http://m.timesofindia.com/india/Indi...w/51974329.cms

India buckles under Chinese pressure.
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from the unreal times

http://www.theunrealtimes.com/2016/0...deep-sardesai/
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Re: India issues visa to Uighur terrorist ; China seeths

Modi govt should stop embarrassing itself like this. Before I could say "good move", this govt gave in. Badi badi baatein aur wada paav khaate

Stop acting like idiots Modi & co
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Had he not done badi baaten, people here would have been complaining about UPA 3.
I always give benefit of doubt to one in power. There must have been a lot of considerations biggest one being Interpol look out alert for this one.

BTW, doesn't his name sound like Dovakhlin??
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Re: India issues visa to Uighur terrorist ; China seeths

I don't that India has bucked or bowed down to the pressure exerted by Chinese......I think India has just created an atomsphere where the Chinese may feel that they cannot keep using different sticks for measuring in different scenarios, and also India will not be always a good listener and announcer of its suffering without acting........So from now on the Chinese will be having a slight thought about how India may respond to their actions in the Pok and in LAC and other issues also.....

So India has just caliberated the Chinese response and actions perfectly using the Isa card......
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