The March to Delhi began on the Tibetan New Year Losar, on 12 February 2021, and concludes in Delhi on 10 March, Tibetan National Uprising Day. The main aim is to bring India’s focus on Tibet, the missing link in the India-China crisis. Our Indian brothers and sisters need to understand the reasons for China's constant threat to India.
Activities to take place in Delhi on 9 through 12 March concluding the Walk a Mile for Tibet March
Tuesday 9 March:
3pm Reach NH1 Bypass. BTSM and TYC to receive the march.
Continue walking and arrive at Majnukatilla at 5pm (9.5Kms).
Wednesday 10 March:
9am: Tibetan National Uprising Day ceremony in Majnukatilla
11am: Walk towards Jantar Mantar (10kms)
1pm: March conclusion ceremony at Jantar Mantar
4pm: Press Conference at 4pm at the Press Club of India, Raisina Road, Central Secretariat
Thursday 11 March:
Submission of the petition Repeal One-China Policy to the Office of the Prime Minister of India with police escort.
Friday 12 March:
Seminar on "Tibet in the India-China Conflict", India International Centre, Max Mueller Marg, New Delhi
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Tenzin Tsundue writes, speaks, and acts for a Free Tibet