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Tibet's armed police chief says ready to handle incident
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A senior armed police chief in Tibet said Monday that Tibet is "very stable" but his troops are ready to handle any infiltration and sabotage activities by the Dalai Lama clique and other hostile forces.

"All the armed police forces across Tibet are on routine duty. The armed police force has the ability to handle any emergencies an any time," Kang Jinzhong, political commissar of armed police corps in Tibet, told Xinhua on the sidelines of the annual parliamentary session.

He said Tibetan people are "very simple and kind" and their heart stood with the Party.

"If there were really disturbance, it must be caused by a few people instigated under the disguise of religious cause," he said, adding up to now armed police in Tibet had not found any "abnormal situation."

Kang said some hostile forces or "a handful of people" might be making preparations for making trouble, but their conspiracy would not succeed.

(Xinhua News Agency March 9, 2009)

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