"The 'Tibetan government-in-exile' in Dharamsala, India, is two-faced because it claims to discourage self-immolation but actually fans extremism in China," said Padma Choling, Chairman of the standing committee of the Tibet autonomous regional people's congress.
"What is the use of them calling on Tibetans to stop self-immolations but instigating people to do so at the same time?" he told state-run China Daily.
"The 'government-in-exile' is not doing what it said, but is using self-immolators as tools to split China. I learned that it is mobilising and orchestrating mass group self-immolations. What does that mean?" he said.
About 106 incident of self-immolations of Tibetan were reported so far in the in the last two years.
Beijing: China has accused the "Tibetan government-in-exile" of fanning extremism in Tibet by using self-immolators as tools to split the country.
First Published: Wednesday, March 06, 2013, 16:11