Tibetan man detained months after release from prison after serving five yearsDienstag, 13.10.2015, 15:41 Uhr | Kategorie(n): News Allgemein, Widerstand in Tibet
Chinese police detained a Tibetan man called Samdup Gyatso in early September 2015 for allegedly violating the terms of his release from prison because he carrying “sensitive leaflet” while travelling from eastern to western Qinghai Province, according to information published by Radio Free Asia.
Samdup Gyatso is currently being detained in Dashi County Detention Centre and nobody is permitted to see him. He was detained just months after release from prison serving five years. He was released in May this year and returned to his hometown in Serthang in Dashi (Ch: Haiyan) County, Tsojang (Ch: Haibei) Tibetan Autonomous Prefecture, Qinghai Province.
On his release, he had been given strict orders not to move out of his hometown and has constantly been under police surveillance since his release. He is suffering from kidney disease which requires him to take regular medication.
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