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Tibetan Activists Mark National Uprising Day on 10th March 2019

Hundreds of Tibetan activists staged a protest and submitted a memorandum to the Office of United Nations
Tibetan Activists Mark National Uprising Day on 10th March 2019

India to mark the 60th anniversary of their National Uprising Day.

About the National Uprising Day of Tibet:

  • March 10 which commemorates the 1959 Tibetan Uprising is observed as the National Uprising Day by Tibetan activists.
  • On March 10 1959, thousands of Tibetans took to the streets of Lhasa rising up against Communist China's occupation of their homeland.
  • Tibet was invaded by China in 1951.
  • Tibetans had enthroned Dalai Lama, chosen at the age of two in 1937 as the 14th incarnation of Tibetan Buddhism's supreme religious leader.
  • Coexistence of Beijing authorities and Dalai Lama at the Tibetan plateau led to tensions.
  • The Chinese Authorities summoned him to an event without his bodyguards on March 10 but the Tibetans feared a trap that could endanger their leader.
  • Fearing for the life of Dalai Lama, Tibetans surrounded the Potala Palace, the home of the Dalai Lama, to protect his life and to uphold the cause of Tibetan nation.
  • As Chinese soldiers opened fire thousands of activists lost their life.
  • On the night of March 17, the Dalai Lama escaped into exile across the Himalayas into India.

Question:

Q. When does Tibetan Activists observe their National Uprising Day?
a. 9th March
b. 10th March
c. 11th March
d. 12th March
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