New Delhi, Apr 14: Attacking both the NDA and the UPA government for their ''weak responses to the injustice against Tibetans'', Bharatiya Jana Shakti today declared its chief Uma Bharti would go to Tibet to participate in their protest against the suppression of their human rights by China.
Ms Bharti would enter Tibet through the Uttarakhand border tomorrow before addressing a rally of the community at Joshimath. She will take the Tapovan route and enter Tibet through border at Malari. In a statement here, the party said the'' weak-kneed'' response of the government was encouraging China to carry on its repressive campaign against the peaceloving Tibetans.
The party said Indians have always found religious and cultural affinity with Tibet, so India should come out with full support for the struggling community. Ms Bharti has also written to the top leaders of her previous party BJP like L K Advani and Rajnath Singh, and also to Prime Minister Manmohan Singh and UPA Chairperson Sonia Gandhi to come out in support of the Tibetans' struggle.