Four people seated at a table, with two people standing in front, one signing petition. All except one are masked to protect themselves and others from the Coronavirus. Hand-written sign taped to front of table says 'Support Tenzin Tsundue / #Walk A Mile for #Tibet / Repeal One China Policy / Acknowledgement!!!'

Day 20 – 3 March 2021

Today I walked 35 km, longest stretch so far, Karnal to Panipat in one go. We are now 85 km till Delhi.

Support activities are rising in different places: Dharamshala, Clement Town, and RTYC chapters of Delhi, Shimla, Dickyiling, Puruwala, Bylakuppe, and Paonta Sahib.

And outside India parallel campaigns are brewing in Italy, Belgium, France, the UK, and the Netherlands.

In Dharamshala today, TWA Central Tibetan Women’s Association, Centrex (TWA) organized a full day signature campaign in Dharamshala, so did RTYC Dhasa and SFT India. Indo-Tibetan Friendship Association Dharamshala convened a meeting participated by Dharamshala-based Tibetan NGOs.

I am happy this campaign is slowly gaining more support and public participation. I request you to start a similar campaign in your respected countries.

Four Tibetan bikers from Delhi drove all the way to Karnal and helped us with pamphlet distribution. Thank you.

This march from Dharamshala to Delhi, 12 February to 10 March 20210, aims to highlight Tibet as the missing link between India and China. I am appealing to the government of India to #RepealOneChinaPolicy

Help me spread the word. Share, forward and tweet: #RepealOneChinaPolicy #WalkaMileForTibet

Sign petition here: ipetitions.com/petition/support-tenzin-tsundue-stand-up-for-tibet

Images from today - click/tap image to see full size and slideshow

Tsundue holding Indian and Tibetan flags on high, flanked by four people astride motorcycles and one standing, on a large paved area in front of a dhaba and the open sky. The five are all masked to protect themselves and others from the Coronavirus.

With Never Enuff, Delhi bikers.

Milestone by the side of the road, with number '44' at top, then 'Delhi 97', then 'Panipat 1'. Indian and Tibetan flags are propped up on fence behind the milestone, and beyond is view of cars, trees, and an overpasss in the distance.

Arrived in Panipat.

Four people seated at a table, with two people standing in front, one signing petition. All except one are masked to protect themselves and others from the Coronavirus. Hand-written sign taped to front of table says 'Support Tenzin Tsundue / #Walk A Mile for #Tibet / Repeal One China Policy / Acknowledgement!!!'

Signature campaign by RTYC Samyeling Delhi.

Two people seated at a table, one speaking into hand-held loudspeaker, with two people standing in front, one looking at petition, and the other looking at their phone. All except the loudspeaker holder are masked to protect themselves and others from the Coronavirus. Hand-written sign taped to front of table says 'Support Tenzin Tsundue / Walk A Mile for #Tibet / Asking PM Modi to Repeal One China Policy Acknowledgement'

Signature campaign by TWA Central.

Screenshot showing Tenzin Dhondup, Vijay Kranti, Tenzin Tsundue, and Tenzin Nyima all from shoulders up. Red box at top left says 'LIVE 11:46'. info bar above shows a lock icon and 'streamyard.com/gqfngkgacf'.

Webinar organized by International Tibet Network.

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