Sunday, March 16, 2008

UPDATE: China continues to disguise martial law situation in Tibet

Dharamshala: There are reports of Chinese military and police being deployed to all parts of Tibet. Various Chinese military units have been reorganized and are being deployed even to rural areas of Tibet.

Even Home Guards and Surveillance police has been called in by Chinese authorities to suppress the protests inside Tibet.

Schools, universities and shops remain closed.

Monasteries continue to be guarded with extremely strict surveillance and security. Lhasa remains completely sealed off. All exit and entry points to Lhasa have been blocked off.

As the Tibet uprising continues reliable sources have confirmed that at least 80 people were killed on 14th March 2008 in Lhasa.

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