Tibet slams Dalai clique's separatist attempt

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The Dalai Lama clique's separatist attempt is doomed to fail, Tibet's government chief Padma Choling said Tuesday night in a televised speech.

Padma Choling gives a televised speech on March 27, 2012. 

In the speech on the eve of the fourth Serfs Emancipation Day, the chairman of Tibet Autonomous Region also said that the Dalai clique's separatist attempt is against the trend of history and the will of people.

Padma Choling also blasted various extremist violent acts "instigated and trumped by the Dalai clique" that sought to spoil the peaceful and happy life of Tibetan residents.

The Dalai Lama has publicly applauded the "courage" of the people who died or were injured in a string of self-immolations in the Tibetan regions in Sichuan, Qinghai and Gansu provinces bordering Tibet.

Similarities found in the self-immolations have pointed to behind-the-scenes orchestration with a transparent political motive, a local official in Sichuan said early the month.

Wu Zegang, chief of the Aba Tibetan-Qiang autonomous prefecture, the major region that witnessed the self-immolations, said that police have investigated self-immolations that occurred in Sichuan, Qinghai and Gansu in recent months, finding that the victims were used by separatists to create chaos.

The backward forces of old Tibet headed by Dalai Lama and his so called "exile government" are not willing to see their "paradise" lost and are still reluctant to give up privileges they enjoyed in the old time, said Padma Choling.

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