Dharamsala: Expressing serious concern over miserable condition of people and deplorable status of human rights situation in Tibet, the exiled government has written a letter to the Chinese President Hu Jintao seeking his immediate attention towards the mayhem.

In the letter, the exiled Parliament of Tibet in Dharamshala has signified the recent killing of Tibetan protesters by the Chinese security personnel and the repressive policies of the Chinese government enforced on Tibet. 

Meanwhile, amid prevailing situation in the country, Speaker Penpa Tsering and Deputy Speaker Khenpo Sonam Tenphel of the Tibetan government announced no celebrations on Tibet New Year that on February 22.

“The present condition of the people in the country is very unfortunate. We have urged the Chinese government to take some effective measures in this regard,” they said, while adding, “China is among the super power in the world. The use of power on stranded and innocent people is a ser misuse by the super power.”

They further said that the government is looking forward that the Chinese counter will give due consideration to the severe issue haunting the lives of Tibetans here.

The exiled government will discuss the Tibetan issue in the coming session of the Parliament in March.

(JPN/Bureau)