Indian Intelligence alerts that many of the Tibetan refugees settled in India are being paid and offered jobs by China in exchange for spying against India.
Xi Jinping’s communist China is using some of the Tibetan refugees who have taken refuge in different parts of the India as spies. With the help of that part of the refugees, the people of ‘Mainland China’ are reaching this country through Nepal.
The Tibetan refugees, cherished by the Chinese spy agency, are providing all the logistical support, including the production of Indian identity cards. In the past few months, police have also arrested a number of Tibetan refugees, including Chinese nationals, from the Panitanki area on the Indo-Nepal border.
According to intelligence sources, the issue of this table in Beijing came to light after interrogating them. New Delhi has already been warned by various central agencies about the anti-India stance of some Tibetan refugees. The same message was given by the army intelligence department too. This particular section of Tibetans is roaming freely in different parts of the country due to complaints, refugee certificates and various Indian identity cards.
Taking advantage of that opportunity, a portion of the refugees are being handed over to the Chinese spy agency Guanbu by gathering various information related to the country’s defense.
Not only the refugees who have taken refuge in this country, but also the residents of the Chinese occupied Tibet (Chinese Autonomous Region) are coming to this country for espionage.
Detectives say Chinese nationals are frequently traveling to several areas in southern India, including few of the Indian states like Bangalore, Thiruvananthapuram and Kochi. However, the Nepal border of Panitanki of Khairbari police station of the state is being used every time as a return route to the country.
Detectives say that from September last year to October 7 this year, the jawans of the 41st Battalion of the Armed Border Ball have arrested seven people. They were all crossing the border. Of these, three are Chinese nationals, one is Indian, one is Nepali and the other two are Tibetan refugees in India.
Detectives disclosed that the SSB arrested a Chinese national named Choweser Woweser on September 14 while fleeing across the border into Nepal. Another man named Pemba Bhutia, a resident of Siliguri’s main city, was also arrested along with him.
Every Chinese citizen caught has got Aadhaar card and voter identity card from this country. The interrogation revealed that Choice was a resident of Tibet, not China. Pemba, an Indian national, was helping him to cross the border. Five days later, another Chinese national, Gobsang Naima, was arrested while entering Nepal from the Panitanki area. A total of four people, including a Chinese national and a Nepali national, were arrested from Panitanki area again last Friday (September 6).
The Chinese national arrested this time is also a resident of Tibet, named Sonam Funsuk. His Nepali colleague is Tenzing Oden Lama. The man is a resident of Chungthubari in Gorkha district of Nepal bordering China.
According to Detectives, the most shocking arrests this season have been of two Tibetan refugees who have taken refuge in the country. Their names are Tendin Shering and Karma Gayle. Refugee certificates were also obtained from them.
According to intelligence sources, the Chinese intelligence agency Guanbu had a lot of information about the interrogation of the detainees. Tibetans are not officially recognized as refugees in India. Instead, on paper, they are designated as “foreigners”. India has refused to sign the 1951 United Nations convention on refugees.
The Chinese invasion of Tibet, and the Dalai Lama’s subsequent decision to flee in 1959, resulted in the mass influx of Tibetan refugees into India that continues today. It has become clear to the Indian government, as well as to the Tibetan community in exile, that repatriation is unlikely in the near future. Consequently, an evaluation of India’s protection of, and assistance for Tibetan refugees is necessary to ensure their treatment is in accordance with international standards.