Macleodganj (Himachal Pradesh), May 19: Tibetan Spiritual leader Dalai Lama and senior RSS functionary Indresh Kumar discussed the issue of Tibet at length when the latter met the Tibetan leader at his residence in Macleodganj in Himachal Pradesh recently.
Indresh Kumar was on a visit to Himachal Pradesh to participate in a function organized by Himalaya Parivar at Mandi.
The meeting with Dalai Lama was not pre-planned, according to Himalaya Parivar General Secretary Rishi Walia who accompanied Indresh Kumar to Himachal Pradesh. It was a meeting by chance which lasted for over two hours, he said.
Both Dalai Lama and Indresh Kumar talked over two hours on various issues, mainly sharing their concern over the happening and situation in Tibet which is forcefully occupied by the Communist China since 1949-50.
Expressing satisfaction over the Indian support to the cause of Tibet and Tibetan people and said that they looked at India as their ‘Guru’ and guide.
Indresh Kumar was accompanied by office-bearers of Himalaya Parivar, of which he is the Patron and guide. The Himalaya Parivar honoured Dalai Lama on this occasion.
Later, Indresh Kumar addressed a ‘Sarva Dharma Sammelan’ organized by Himalaya Parivar at Mandi in Himachal Pradesh. He said that the people of India would boycott Chinese goods inflicting a surgical strike so that China would not dare to challenge India.
He said that Pakistan has not learnt its lesson even after the surgical strike. Over 2.5 lakhg Muslims were massacred in Pakistan since it came into existence. Indresh Kumar said that Baluchistan is already simmering with revolt and soon the name of Pakistan would be erased from the global map.
All options against Pakistan were open with the Government. There will be no talks with those involved in stone pelting or unfurling Pakistani flag in Kashmir, he added.
He said that the credibility of India has increased after Narendra Modi became the Prime Minister.
Stating that triple talaq and halala were anti-humanity practices, talaq cannot be justified in any circumstances.
The program was attended by MP Ram Sarup Sharma, Dipak, Niraj, Chandra Mohan and other activists of Himalaya Parivar.