13 June 2009 Lhasa, the Tibetan capital resident Trinley Dhondup from Khagang village in Dege Jodha county was arrested under the accusation of involvement in religious ceremonies earlier this month. He was arrested while attempting to flee Lhasa and escape arrest. Trinley was imprisoned for a time last year following the March 10 demonstration. Swelling of police forces at check points on Tibet’s main highways made it impossible to leave the capital or move freely throughout the country. The main road from Lhasa through Nagchu to Chamdo has an increase in the already prominent police patrols. Warrants have been issued to arrest all Tibetans who took part in the ceremony .
Since March 2008 over 220 Tibetans have been killed, 1,294 injured and 290 sentenced, more than 5,600 were arrested or detained and over 1,000 disappeared after the Chinese armed military deadly cracked down in all parts of Tibet. Newly minted warrants and ramped up security forces make life increasingly more difficult for Tibetans to live inside of Tibet. China’s human rights violations are swept under the “rug” of propaganda because foreign journalists are highly restricted throughout Tibet.