Varanasi/Dehradun, Apr 1 : Exiled Tibetans in Varanasi have organised a photo exhibition to draw the world community's attention towards the alleged Chinese atrocities in Tibet.
The organisers of the exhibition selected the holy city, which they believe sends out a message of peace and love.
"The Chinese have killed many Tibetans and have been committing atrocities against them. This is our attempt to express our solidarity towards them. We have organised a photo exhibition here in this holy city. Short documentaries are also being screened here," said one of the organisers.
He added that the photographs are a reflection of the brutalities committed by the Chinese on the Tibetan protestors.
Meanwhile in Dehradun, people sat on a hunger strike in protest against the alleged Chinese suppression in Tibet.
They shouted slogans like 'China stop killings in Tibet' and 'Save Tibet'.
"We are supporting the Tibetans in their freedom struggle. They are fighting for their rights and we should support them," said Al Rasto, a protestor from Ladakh.
The Tibetans protests that started on March 10, marking their uprising day spilled out of Tibet and parts of China to other parts of the globe.hey have been protesting against the alleged Chinese suppression ahead of the Beijing Olympics scheduled to be held in August.