China: China has been indulging in the practice to spread the agenda of the Chinese Communist Party (CCP) across the globe. Various reports from the Tibet Rights Collective stated that the work has been initiated by the Council of Promotion of Peaceful National Reunification (CCPPR) which is a non-profit organization in wake of the spreading of their Chinese agenda. It has started influencing the lives of refugee Tibetans living in Nepal.
The lives of Tibetan refugees in Nepal have been affected in the form of the China Council for the Promotion of Peaceful National Reunification since September 2022. The reports added they are expanding their control in Nepal to detect and silence dissident voices within overseas Chinese communities.
The reports mentioned the influence of the CCPPR on the government of Nepal will highly make impact the rights of refugees of Tibet in Nepal. The influence of the China on Nepal government could be seen as the fact that China takes Nepal as a potential partner in its Belt and Road initiative. The Nepal government is hosting more than 15,000 Tibetan refugees on humanitarian grounds. However, they never issued them any identity cards since 1995.
According to the reports, the government of Nepal stated that the government of China has promised to invest millions of dollars to restrict the activities of Tibet in the country. The government of Nepal has also restricted Tibetan refugees from getting admission to schools and colleges. They also restricted them to open bank accounts in Nepal and stopped to open their business on the land of Nepal.
Nature Desai, who is a user on Twitter posted a time-lapse in which it could be seen how China built a road to “Parchekya Bhanjyand” which is 5447 m. It was the saddle that was separating Nepal and Tibet, which influenced them.
Further, CCPPNR is known as the organization which was founded in 1988 by the United Front Work Department of the Chinese Communist Party (CCP). It is an organization that aimed to promote unification between mainland China and Taiwan on terms defined solely by the People’s Republic of China. It is the organization that engaged in various activities supporting Chinese foreign policy goals such as block-voting and fund-raising for ethnic Chinese political candidates who agree to support the agenda of their organization.