Arrived in Delhi.
Four bikers had reached our night shelter this morning. They introduced themselves as members of RTYC Samyeling Delhi. They led us our way into Delhi.
On the way President of Tibetan Youth Congress Tamo Gonpo Dhondup came to receive us and walked with us.
Pankaj Goyal Ji, president, Bharat Tibbat Sahyog Manch, Delhi chapter, also came with other members to receive us.
Others who came were members of Samyeling Tibetan Camp leaders, Tibetan Women’s Association Delhi chapter, Chu Shi Gang Druk, Voice for the Voiceless movement for Tibet and veteran journalist and long time friend of Tibet Vijay Kranti Ji.
As we were a few kilometers away from Majnukatilla Tibetan camp suddenly the sky started to get cloudy and the temperature cooled down. After some time there was a slight drizzle. Someone jokingly said it’s the sky showering flower petals to welcome us.
When we entered Majnukatilla Tibetan camp I finally felt I have entered Delhi and felt at home in the narrow lanes that are laden on the sides with Tibetan people, food, colors, deco, and dialects.
The reception gathering seems to have been waiting for us for some time at the temple. See pictures. It was a huge gathering.
I spoke about the journey and reasons why India and the international community must #repealOneChinaPolicy.
Signature collections are coming from different corners of India.
Tomorrow we are submitting the petition to the Prime Minister of India.
This march from Dharamshala to Delhi, 12 February to 10 March 2021, aims to highlight Tibet as the missing link between India and China. I am appealing to the government of India to #RepealOneChinaPolicy
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