Update: Dalai Lama’s Court Case in Delhi High Court

An update on the Dalai Lama’s court case in Delhi High Court has been posted on the Shugden Society blog. Unfortunately, it’s not good news, but it’s good to know what’s going on at least.

Here’s a link: Update on the Dalai Lama’s Court Case in New Delhi, India

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1 Response to “Update: Dalai Lama’s Court Case in Delhi High Court”


  1. 1 www.dorjeshugden.com April 28, 2009 at 7:34 pm

    The latest news I have recieved is not very long but quite impactual on
    many levels from very reliable sources.

    The Abbots of Sera Je, Sera Mey, Gaden Jangtse, Gaden Shartse, Drepung
    Gomang and Drepung Loseling
    were summoned to Dharamsala by Prime Minister of Exile Tibetan Govt
    Professor Samdong Rinpoche very recently.

    Samdong Rinpoche scolded the Abbots for PUSHING THE SIGNATURE CAMPAIGN OF
    ALL MONKS TO RENOUNCE SHUGDEN IN THREE GREAT SEATS OF SERA, GADEN AND
    DREPUNG!!!
    He said that their insistence on the signature campaigns has made personal
    difficulties for H.H. the Dalai Lama.

    (I would presume the court case and also the bad media regarding it
    religious rights)

    The ironic fact is that HH himself pushed for it through the Abbots. We can
    see the videos of HH praising the monasteries who has expelled the monks
    who wish to continue the practice and encourages more of it.

    So perhaps this is a sign that the ban by HH is starting to have a negative
    effect on his reputation?

    extracted from dorjeshugden.com forum
    http://www.dorjeshugden.com/forum/index.php?topic=456.0


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