New Delhi, Mar 29 (UNI) The Dalai Lama today asked China to take lessons of democracy from India where the rule of law and freedom of expression prevailed in complete and true sense.
Addressing a news conference here, he said stability prevailed in entire India, except Kashmir where there is some problem.
''All communities in India live in complete harmony despite diverse culture and different languages. They live happily. The entire country is very united,'' the Tibetan spiritual leader added.
He said the rule of law and freedom of expression prevailed in India in complete and true sense.
''India is a real democracy,'' he added.
The Dalai Lama also lauded the Indian media for highlighting the genuine problems of the people.
''At times, they also indulge in sensationalism.'' In comparison to India, the Dalai Lama said China was ''unstable'' and the ''rule of terror'' prevailed there.
''In China, there is an underneath rule of arrangement to resolve any problem. Police rule run in the entire country.
The Chinese authorities are totally against harmony which comes out of heart and not gun.'' He said the Chinese leadership should study more about human psychology. ''They should take lessons of democracy from India,'' the Dalai Lama added.
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