Chinese authorities are going to ban public discussion of Tulku Tenzin Delek, a popular Tibetan monk who died under mysterious circumstances in a Sichuan prison. Chinese communist officials are also closing an online chat group dedicated to his memory, removing Tulku from religious history.
Sangyal Kunchok, who writes for Radio Free Asia (RFA), gave this information in information. Another source in the RFA, who spoke on the condition of anonymity. Also said that the Chinese government order the monastic history of Buddhist monks to be document. And that Tibetans also compiled it and distributed it to the public. When Tibetans read these books, they were disappointed to find that they did not even mention Tulku Tenzin Dalek.
In such a situation, they started discussing with each other on social media in this regard. Then the police questioned 500 people from the online group and closed the chat group. Let us tell you that Delek played a key role in the revival of the Kama Nalanda Thekchen Jangchub Choling Monastery but his name has been erased from the history of the monastery.
Delek had served a 13-year sentence
Buddhist monk Tulku Tenzin Delek (65) was wrongfully convicted of the April 2002 bombing of a public square in Sichuan’s provincial capital, Chengdu, and died under mysterious circumstances on 12 July 2015. He was sentenced to 22 years. Out of which he serve 13 years He was also initially sentenced to death. But later it commute to life imprisonment.
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