Tibetans are unable to communicate with their families who live in Tibet because of Chinese Communist Party officials direct pressure . China is attempting to gain as much control of the Tibetan population as possible .
Lhasa (Tibet), November 25, 2017: Tibetans are campaigning for a political cause while facing consistent security challenges from the Chinese Communist Party (CCP).Tibetans are unable to communicate with their families who live in Tibet because of CCP officials direct pressure, and their electronic devices are being hacked and monitored, according to Inkstick.According to the study, the Chinese Communist Party's aim is to open up an iron curtain between those within and outside Tibet.The CCP has taken several measures to achieve its target, including confiscating the passports of Tibetans in Tibet and China as a whole.Tibetans who wish to visit Tibet are only allowed to enter the country with a special permit.The Ministry of State and the United Front Work Department are the primary CCP entities, according to Inkstick.These organizations have reiterated that they would assist Tibetan diaspora members in visiting Tibet.If the Tibetans are not willing to accept this, these entities begin putting pressure on them by attacking their family members in Tibet as a form of coercion.China is attempting to gain as much control of the Tibetan population as possible, and they are using their family members to their advantage. According to the survey, Tibetans have been attempting to have a national discussion regarding their rights and cultures when faced with external threats.The CCP continues to infiltrate the Tibetan community that lives in other nations by spreading disinformation and recruiting informants.On social media platforms like Facebook and Telegram, the CCP has attempted to create a separation between distinct sects of Tibetan Buddhism.According to the study, Tibetans are sent phishing emails and fake Chinese Communist Party social media profiles by followers of pages which glorify the Dalai Lama in order to appear legitimate to unsuspecting followers. China is doing everything possible in subtle and outspoken ways to ensure Beijing's importance to Tibet, according to Serta Tsultrim, a Tibetan MP who claims to be the sole representative of Tibet in the government-in-exile.According to the news report, 20 out of every 45 MPs supported total autonomy of Tibet.People in Tibet are compelled to hand over personal records to acquire sim cards.Many Tibetan activists who live in other countries are compelled to notify their families in Tibet to shield them.His brother was sentenced to prison in Tibet for no reason. Students for a Free Tibet was founded in 1994 after the Dalai Lama was given the Nobel Peace Prize in 1989.Students for a Free Tibet is a group of Tibetan and non-Tibetan students, and its India chapter was established in 2000 to focus on Tibetans in India.The Institute of a Free Tibet organizes events to release political prisoners, climate change, and environmental justice.In addition, they offer seminars on strategic non-violence and believe in total autonomy for Tibet, according to a news release. Tibet is now around 10% Han, according to Beijing, but according to a paper, people in Dharamshala reported that Han Chinese immigrants were now closer to 30 to 40% in Tibet.China has classified The Tibetan Youth Congress as a terrorist group.The Dalai Lama led the Tibetan Youth Congress to unite the Tibetan people and preserve their heritage and identity.According to the Inkstick report, Tibetan Youth Congress president Gonpo Dhundup said that members of the group are often questioned when they travel to Tibet.He said that the general secretary of the group has avoided speaking to his family for many years in order to shield them.