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Enumeration with People s Participation

which is within China's own sphere" even rejecting the Indo-Tibetan Agreement of 1914 through which India held rights regarding Tibet's status. The Chinese had already invaded Tibet but the Indian government kept on talking of Tibetan autonomy within China. The best way it could do this was by not recognising the previous (British-India) treaty in which Indian rights were recognised. Not only did the Indians refuse to support their own interests in Tibet but they also refused to support the Tibetan appeal in the United Nations sponsored by El Salvador.

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