Wake-Up India: US’ Tibet Coverage & Help Turns into Regulation; Ought to India Play The Tibet Card Now?


Will India be part of fingers with the US in safeguarding Tibet? Regardless of a number of warnings from China, US President Donald Trump signed a invoice into regulation that requires constructing an American consulate in Lhasa and checks Beijing’s interference within the reincarnation of the brand new Dalai Lama. 

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The Tibetan Coverage and Help Act of 2020 (TPSA) requires constructing a US Consulate in Lhasa, the capital metropolis of Tibet, and makes it US coverage that choices concerning the reincarnation of the Dalai Lama are solely inside the authority of the present Dalai Lama, Tibetan Buddhist leaders, and the Tibetan folks.

It additional supplies that the Chinese language authorities’s interference within the course of will invite severe sanctions and visa restrictions.

Following the Galwan valley conflict between Indian and Chinese language troops in June, New Delhi has stepped up its ante and has more and more aligned itself with the US in a bid to include the Chinese language risk. As many as 20 Indian troopers have been killed within the incident whereas the Chinese language facet didn’t reveal their casualty figures.  

Based on Main Normal Ashok Okay Mehta (retd), a founding member of the Defence Planning Employees, the forerunner of the present Built-in Defence Employees, India’s boundary dispute is intrinsically linked to Tibet.

In an opinion piece for The Quint, Normal Mehta defined that New Delhi’s recognition of Chinese language sovereignty over Tibet was contingent upon China’s acceptance of Tibetan autonomy.

“The Dalai Lama gave up the hunt for independence in trade for real autonomy inside China. Beijing has squashed autonomy and never saved its facet of the cut price with Tibet and China,” he wrote.

The Chinese language international ministry “firmly rejected” the brand new US regulation. Beijing has reiterated that the difficulty is inner and the brand new regulation is a technique to “crackdown on China, with Tibet being one of many few ‘playing cards’ it could actually play.”

Arguing over America’s intent to open a brand new consulate in Lhasa, China’s state-owned World Occasions stated the US has “ulterior motives” for opening a consulate in Tibet, with out explaining what these motives are. 

India’s Tibet Story

After the failed rebellion in 1959 in Tibet, the 14th Dalai Lama was compelled to flee to India. A Tibetan government-in-exile was arrange in Dharamshala in Himachal Pradesh.

Nevertheless, in 2003, India acknowledged Tibet as part of the territory of the Folks’s Republic of China. Tibetans have been resisting the Chinese language occupation for many years.

The motion has now been rekindled after a Tibetan-origin soldier with India’s particular forces was killed throughout a navy operation in Jap Ladakh in August.


Following the India-China struggle in 1962, the Particular Frontier Pressure (SFF) was fashioned by recruiting 1000’s of exiled Tibetans. Lately, amid the present standoff, the SFF was used to hold out an operation in japanese Ladakh on the intervening evening of 29-30 August that helped seize important heights within the area.

Earlier, SFF has been concerned in a number of covert operations together with the 1971 struggle, Operation Blue Star in Golden Temple Amritsar, Kargil battle, and counter-insurgency operations within the nation. There are a number of different operations that SFF took half in however the particulars of these are categorised. 

Beijing has repeatedly warned India that “enjoying the Tibet card” will “solely make its personal scenario worse”.  India’s acceptance and assist of the Tibetian authorities have irked China for many years now.

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