Free Tibet Now, refugees ask Chinese premier

Wen Jibao
New Delhi, Dec 16: Protests and demonstrations are not a 'big issue' for Communists. The great Chinese Revolution led to the formation of People's Republic of China or the Communist China and the country still holds the revolutionary measures to 'control' the people (keep Nobel Peace laureate Liu Xiaobo and Google hack in mind!). But the visiting Chinese premier, Wen Jiabao, faced a protest in India on Wednesday, Dec 15.

More than thousands of Tibetans staged demonstrations against Jiabao in New Delhi asking China to leave Tibet. Protestors shouted slogans against Jiabao and China saying that Tibet is not belong to China.

More over, six Tibetans staged a demonstration outside Taj Palace Hotel on Sardar Patel Marg, where Jiabao is staying, demanding Beijing to vacate Tibet. Later, police arrested these protestors.

Tibetan protestors marched from Rajghat to Jantar Mantar shouting anti-China slogans and placards that read, 'Free Tibet Wen, Free Tibet Now'.

Police said that enough members were deployed outside the Chinese embassy and other key positions across the country.

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