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 Tenth Anniversary of Founding of Tibet Autonomous Region Celebrated

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Tenth Anniversary of Founding of Tibet Autonomous Region Celebrated

Source: Peking Review, No, 38, September 19, 1975
Transcribed by www.wengewang.org


THE September 9 Renmin Ribao editorial "Socialist New Tibet Is Advancing" marked the 10th anniversary of the founding of the Tibet Autonomous Region. After reviewing the tremendous changes in Tibet in the last ten years, it said:
  "Led by Chairman Mao, the great leader of the people of all nationalities in China, and the Communist Party of China, the million serfs in Tibet, after overthrowing feudal serfdom and winning great victories in the democratic revolution, founded the Tibet Autonomous Region in 1965, thereby filling a new page in Tibet's history. The decade following the establishment of the Tibet Autonomous Region was a decade during which it unfolded the Great Proletarian Cultural Revolution and the movement to criticize Lin Piao and Confucius and persevered in advancing along the socialist road, and a decade in which the people of various nationalities in Tibet carried out the great principle of "unity, progress and greater development" set forth by Chairman Mao. In this short span of one decade, the people of Tibet covered a course that would otherwise have taken them several centuries. The most reactionary, dark, cruel and barbarous feudal serf system is now gone for ever. A resplendent socialist new Tibet is standing rock-firm on the southwestern frontiers of our motherland."
  "The great changes in Tibet," the editorial added, "are solid fruits of the Tibetan people's energetic endeavours and hard struggle. They are a great victory for the Party's policies towards the nationalities and on regional autonomy and a great victory for Chairman Mao's proletarian revolutionary line. It is only a daydream for Dalai and his like — these buffoons in history — and their masters to try to hold back the advance of the wheel of history in Tibet."
  It continued: "Chairman Mao has pointed out: 'The unification of our country, the unity of our people and the unity of our various nationalities — these are the basic guarantees of the sure triumph of our cause.* The experience in the ten years since the founding of the Tibet Autonomous Region proves that the people of various nationalities can win great victories in all their endeavours only by uniting on the basis of Mao Tsetung Thought. and unswervingly carrying out Chairman Mao's proletarian revolutionary line. The class interests of the working people of different nationalities arc the same and their- national interests are identical. They have the common goal — to build socialism now and realize communism in the future. Only when the unity of our various nationalities is further strengthened and consolidated can the socialist revolution and socialist construction be victoriously carried out and the complete emancipation of the working people of all nationalities be achieved."
  "Tibet is an inalienable part of our great motherland," the editorial said in conclusion. "Our motherland is advancing and so is socialist new Tibet. We sincerely hope that the people of various nationalities in Tibet will unite still more closely and win still greater victories in their forward march along Chairman Mao's proletarian revolutionary line!"
  On September 8, the Standing Committee of the National People's Congress and the State Council cabled a message to the Revolutionary Committee of the Tibet Autonomous Region, extending warm greetings to the people of various nationalities in Tibet.
  Braving a rain the next day, over 50,000 people of various nationalities in Lhasa turned out at a grand rally and parade to warmly celebrate the occasion. Red flags fluttered over the ancient highland city of Lhasa By the first light of dawn, gaily attired people converged on the People's Stadium to the beating of drums. Over the rostrum in the stadium hung a huge portrait of Chairman Mao.
  A standing ovation burst forth as Hua Kuo-feng, leader of the delegation from the central authorities, and other members of the delegation specially sent to Lhasa for the occasion took their seats on the rostrum.
  Also seated on the rostrum were Jen Jung, First Secretary of the Tibet Autonomous Regional Committee of the Communist Party of China, Acting Chairman of the Tibet Autonomous Regional Revolutionary Committee and First Political Commissar of the Tibet Military Area Command of the Chinese People's Liberation Army; Ngapo Ngawang-Jigme, Vice-Chairman of the Standing Committee of the National People's Congress, Vice-Chairman of the Tibet Autonomous Regional Revolutionary Committee and Deputy Commander of the P.L.A. Tibet Military Area Command; Pebala Gelieh-Namje, Vice-Chairman of the National Committee of the Chinese People's Political Consultative Conference; and other local Party, government and army leaders.
  
  Comrade Tien Pao, Secretary of the C.P.C. Tibet Autonomous Regional Committee, Vice-Chairman of the Regional Revolutionary Committee and Second Political Commissar of the P.L.A. Tibet Military Area Command, addressed the rally.
  In the ten years since its founding, he said, the Tibet Autonomous Region, under the wise leadership of the Party Central Committee headed by Chairman Mao and under the guidance of his proletarian revolutionary line, has won tremendous victories in socialist revolution and construction. The dark, poor and backward old Tibet has been transformed into a prosperous socialist new Tibet
  
  Comrade Tien Pao reviewed Tibet's achievements in all fields in the past decade. He stressed: We owe all our victories to the brilliant leadership of the Party Central Committee headed by Chairman Mao and the united struggle of the people and cadres of various nationalities in Tibet and the People's Liberation Army stationed here. These victories are inseparable from the powerful support by all fraternal nationalities throughout the country.
  Turning to Tibet's tasks in revolution and construction in the days to come, he pointed out: We should further implement the series of important instructions by Chairman Mao, study the theory of the dictatorship of the proletariat, combat and prevent revisionism, promote stability and unity, make a success of the national economy and build Tibet into an iron bastion on the motherland's southwestern frontiers.
  In conclusion, he called on the people of various nationalities in the region to unite and win new and still greater victories under the guidance of Chairman Mao's revolutionary line.
  Comrade Hua Kuo-feng, Member of the Political Bureau of the C.P.C. Central Committee, Vice-Premier of the State Council and leader of the delegation, then addressed the rally. On behalf of Chairman Mao, the Party Central Committee, the N.P.C. Standing Committee and the State Council, he extended warm congratulations and cordial regards to the people and revolutionary cadres of various nationalities in Tibet, to the P.L.A. commanders and fighters and to all comrades who had come to work in Tibet from other parts of the country.
  Comrade Hua Kuo-feng stressed: Located on the southwestern frontiers of our motherland. Tibet commands a highly important strategic position. We must further implement the series of important instructions by Chairman Mao, strengthen the centralized leadership of the Autonomous Regional Party Committee and run the affairs of Tibet well. We are convinced that the Tibet Autonomous Regional Party Committee and Revolutionary Committee will surely unite the people of various nationalities in Tibet and, under the wise leadership of the Party Central Committee headed by Chairman Mao and the guidance of Chairman Mao's proletarian revolutionary line, display the revolutionary spirit of self-reliance and hard work and make still greater achievements in building a prosperous socialist new Tibet. We believe that the industrious and courageous Tibetan people will, together with the people of all nationalities in other parts of the motherland, make still greater contributions in fulfilling the fighting tasks set forth by the Tenth National Congress of the Chinese Communist Party and the Fourth National People's Congress and in building China into a powerful modern socialist state before the end of this century.
  After Comrade Hua Kuo-feng's speech, Yao Lien-wei, Vice-Chairman of the N.P.C. Standing Committee and deputy leader of the delegation, read the message of greetings from the N.P.C. Standing Committee and the State Council on the occasion of the tenth anniversary of the Tibet Autonomous Region. A silk banner with the inscription "People of all nationalities in the country, unite and advance triumphantly along Chairman Mao's revolutionary line!'' in the Tibetan and Han languages was presented by the delegation.
  The rally was also addressed by representatives of workers, peasants and herdsmen and People's Liberation Army men stationed in Tibet
  A message conveying respects to Chairman Mao and the Party Central Committee was read at the end of the rally by Ragde, Secretary of the Tibet Autonomous Regional Party Committee.
  The Royal Nepalese consul-general and consul in Lhasa attended the meeting.
A grand celebration parade rounded off the rally.
  The Tibet Autonomous Regional Committee of the Chinese Communist Party and the Revolutionary Committee of the Tibet Autonomous Region gave a grand banquet on the evening of September 8 to celebrate the occasion. All comrades of the delegation from the central authorities and representatives of all nationalities, trades and professions and various departments in the region attended.





Source: Peking Review, No, 38, September 19, 1975
Transcribed by www.wengewang.org
  
  
  

 
 
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