Una (Himachal Pradesh), Mar 18 : Exiled Tibetans living in India are determined to return 'home'. They resumed their march to Tibet from Una District in Himachal Pradesh.
The marchers, who started from Dharamshala on March 10, resumed their march despite a notice issued to them by the Indian authorities to stop their 'anti-Chinese' activities.
The Tibetans maintain that they have been living in India for the past five decades as guests and would like to return to their homeland Tibet.
"We need freedom. We don't want to be like guests for long time in India," said Chim Hun, a marcher.
Tibetan refugees in India and elsewhere in the world have been protesting against the alleged atrocities committed by China.