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Sandesh-Meshram-Rallt-Tibet-2014Dharamshala: - A long time Tibet supporter has set off on an almost 4,000 km cycle rally to highlight the critical situation in Tibet and to bring awareness about self-immolations in Tibet.

Mr Sandesh Meshram started his campaign "Save Tibet Cycle Campaign "from Nagpur, the second capital of the Indian state of Maharashtra, on December 10, International Human Rights Day.

According to a press statement, "the solitary campaign cover almost 4,000 km and five different states of India and take around three months. Tibetan Youth Congress regional chapters said they will warmly receive him whenever he reach their places."

When the campaign begins, well wishers and Tibetans in the area holding a large banner showing their strong supports that reads "First Indian solitary cycle campaign covering 4000 km in five states of India to highlight the critical situation in Tibet and to bring awareness about self-immolations in Tibet."

Mr Sandesh Meshram is the General Secretary of India-Tibet Friendship Society, Nagpur, India and a long-time supporter of the Tibetan cause.

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