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Yadav writes letters to Prez, PM with his blood

The letter was a request to the Govt to invite Tibetan guru Dalai Lama in the Parliament to discuss Tibet issue.

india Updated: Feb 11, 2006 20:09 IST

Mahesh Yadav, an Ayurvedic doctor from Bhopal, fighting for the Tibet issue since 11 years wrote letters to The President and the Prime Minister in Dehra Dun on Saturday.

The letter written with his blood, was a request to the Indian government to invite Tibetan guru Dalai Lama in the Parliament to discuss upon the Tibet issue.

Yadav who has written 3000 letters to various leaders and organisations in the country and abroad said it was high time that world community may break their silence on Tibet issue and come forward to his support in freedom struggle.

Yadav had drawn 300 pictures of various personalities with his blood speaking on the occasion organised by Regional Tibetan Youth Congress Dekyiling.

Informing about his fresh campaign "Save Tibet-Save India, Save Tibet-Save Humanity" started on December 10, 2005 from Bhopal, Yadav said keeping in view the 47 years of Tibet annexation by China, he has selected 47 cities where he would appeal to various political leaders through his blood written letters under the campaign.

Yadav, who started his blood campaign since October 1994 for the cause of Tibet, world peace, security of India, against terrorism and violence also holds in his credit donating 300 mgs blood for 27 times.