‘Let him free and let world know where he is’: US tells China on Tibetan Panchen Lama’s disappearance

(FILES) In this file photo taken on May 17, 2013 Pro-Tibetan protestors hold picures of Gendun Cheokyi Nyima (The Panchen Lama) during a demonstration outside the Chinese consulate in Barcelona in Barcelona, to demand human rights freedom in Tibet and dialogue between the Dalai Lama and Beijing. - The United States on May 14, 2020 renewed calls on China to free the Tibetan identified 25 years earlier as the Panchen Lama and warned Beijing not to see the episode as a model for handling the Dalai Lama's succession. (Photo by Lluis GENE / AFP)

The United States by and by approached China to free Panchen Lama, whom the Tibetans recognized as second most noteworthy otherworldly power and cautioned Beijing not to consider the to be as a model for taking care of the Dalai Lama’s progression, on Thursday. He was taken into bondage at six years old by Chinese specialists.

In 1995, a youthful Tibetan kid Gedhun Choekyi Nyima was perceived as the eleventh Panchen Lama, the second most elevated otherworldly expert in Tibetan Buddhism after Dalai Lama. Days after the fact Nyima had vanished.

The kid was arrested three days after the fact and has not been seen since, with human rights bunches considering him the world’s most youthful political detainee.

“We don’t have any thought of the whereabouts, and truly, we keep on squeezing the Chinese specialists to discharge the Panchen Lama and to allow him to free, and let the world know where he is,” said Ambassador-everywhere for International Religious Freedom


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