Dalai Lama murder plot 'a stunt': Tibet

2016-01-08 14:02:00 | From:ecns.cn

China rejected media reports that it had attempted to assassinate the Dalai Lama, calling it "a stunt" set up by the Dalai Lama himself to attract international attention.

State-run website tibet.cn reported Monday that police in India area "framing" China by beefing up security to safeguard the Dalai Lama in McLeod Ganj.

According to a December 30 report on India's The Tribune newspaper, the State Home Department received a request to enhance security for the Dalai Lama "in view of the perceived threat to his life," and that "there have been several instances in the recent past when alleged Chinese spies with maps and documents containing secret information have been arrested around his residence."

The newspaper also said that police have proposed the installation of high-resolution 360-degree cameras, baggage scanners and sophisticated sabotage-checking equipment at the entrance of the Dalai Lama's residence.

Claims that China is sending spies to assassinate the Dalai Lama are groundless as he has been snubbed by many countries and has lost his international influence, said a separate report on tibet.cn on Monday.

The report noted that the Dalai Lama is struggling to attract international attention and cover up his "internal and external troubles" by coming up with this stunt.

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