Bharat Tibbat Samanvaya Sangh to revive people-to-people ties between the two nations

The Bharat Tibbat Samanvaya Sangh (BTSS) has called for increased people-to-people ties between India and Tibet. The same was expressed during a public meeting in Jaipur on February 8th. The meeting was also attended by Jigme Tsultrim, Coordinator for India Tibet Coordination Office (ITCO).

The BTSS and ITCO delegation met the Governor of Rajasthan, Sh. Kalraj Mishra, on February 8th in Jaipur and briefed him on the prevailing situation inside Tibet, policies that are being executed by the CTA, the recent ongoing Tibetan Parliamentarian and Sikyong election, and the aspirations of Tibetan people throughout the world particularly India.

The ITCO Coordinator presented the Honorable Governor the journey of Tibbat Mukti Sadhana from Himalaya Bachao Andolona headed by Loknayak Jayaprakash Narayan to Tibbat ki Azadi and Bharat ki Suraksha – the core ideals of Indo Tibet Friendship Society, Bharat Tibbat Sahyog Manch, Himalaya Buddhist Cultural Association, Himalayan Action Committee for Peace on Tibet, Antarrashtriya Bharat Tibbat Sahyog Samiti, National Campaign for Free Tibet, Bharat Tibbat Samanvaya Sangh, Bharat Tibbat Samvad Manch, YLFTS and many others.

Sh. Saurabh Saraswat, Founder Member of Bharat Tibbat Samanvaya Sangh and ITCO Coordinator Jigme Tsultrim with Hon’ble Governor of Rajasthan, Sh.Kalraj Mishra (Image source:

Coordinator related the ecological disaster that is being caused by Chinese so-called development projects inside Tibet especially upon the natural flow of those rivers that safeguards the existence of mankind especially South Asian continent. These projects have largely contributed in causing other natural disasters including cloud burst, earthquake, and blasting of a lake that has formed out of glaciers including the recent one in Chamoli in the state of Uttarakhand.

A public meeting was held under the banner of BTSS at Daffodil Public School, Durga Marg, Bani Park, Jaipur. Speakers at the meeting talked about the Chinese Communist Government policies and investments that are being solely based upon the self-vested interest of the Chinese Government itself. They concluded that time has come now for all the Indians to wake up and stand united against the injustices brought upon the minorities and weaker sections of the community including Tibet and its people.

Founder member of BTSS, Saurabh Saraswat elaborated the ideals behind forming the organisation and the potentials of members who wish to carry forward the torch of this journey that safeguard not only the interest of India and Tibet but also for the entire mankind.

Participants at the meeting of BTSS at Daffodil Public School, Navi Park, Jaipur (Image source:

The coordinator Jigme Tsultrim presented the picture of Tibetan in exile – its past, present, and future aspiration. While sharing this, he thanked the support of the Indian people and their respective government. In addition to this, he shared the functioning of ITCO and its aim of ensuring Tibetan justice of freedom and safeguarding the interest of the Indian people.

The logo of BTSS was formally launched during the meeting.

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