A Protest By Students In Arunachal Pradesh Against China For Rename Of Six Places

In Arunachal Pradesh this morning the sheet of rain did not divert hundreds of young protestors, many of them were students, for protest march against China’s recent movie to rename six places in the state as allegation of it claim to the border state.

The Arunachal Pradesh students of Union led the protest. The North eastern state governed by BJP and its local branch has called a massive demonstrations against the movie of China. Which was a revenge for the visit of Dalai Lama this month to Arunachal Pradesh, as South Tibet claims by Beijing in a border dispute that is decade old.

China is being told of by India for objecting to the exiled Tibetan Spiritual leader Dalai Lama’s Arunachal Pradesh tour, which is second in 8 years said, "Every inch of Arunachal" belongs to India, and warned China "not to interfere in India's internal affairs." Junior Home Minister Kiren Rijiju accompanied the Dalai Lama on his trip, further angering the Chinese.

Dalai Lama 81 year old is considered by China as a dangerous Separatist. The Young Monk fled to Tibet after a failed uprising, entered India through Arunachal Pradesh after trekking through Himalayas. Dressed as a Soldier and he was allowed to set up a base in the Dharamsala.

A list of six places in Arunachal Pradesh was released by China, which is being considered as their formal names, in Tibetan, English, and Chinese. The move is strongly been objected by India.

Today, the protestors shouted the anti-china slogan and burnt effigies of Chinese President Xi Jinping.

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