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Chinese authorities have sentenced 21 Tibetans to prison in connection with the nationwide campaign to eliminate criminal activities related to ‘black and evil forces’ in Shordha town in Nangchen (Ch: Nangqin) County, Kyegudo (Ch: Yushu) Tibetan Autonomous Prefecture, Qinghai Province, in the Tibetan province of Kham.Two of the sentenced are former heads of their respective villages.In May this year, the Nangchen County People’s Court sentenced the 21 Tibetans in two groups.The first group of 11 Tibetans from Do Thrang village in Shordha town were sentenced to prison terms ranging from two to six years and monetary fines from 10000 to 50000 yuan.A nephew of Dugkar, 47, one of the main suspects arrested during a crackdown on gambling activities in Khyungchu County, believe that his uncle was unfairly imprisoned.The nephew, who asked to remain anonymous as he lives in India, informed that local Tibetans with knowledge of the case speculate that Dugkar will most likely be given death sentence or 10 years term.
For instance, in April this year, as the campaign gained momentum with the ongoing central government inspections across the country, nine Tibetans were sentenced from three to seven years in prison in Rebkong (Ch: Tongren) County, Malho (Ch: Huangnan) Tibetan Autonomous Prefecture, Qinghai Province.
The monthlong campaign resulted in the arrests of Dugkar and others who were accused of founding a criminal gang involved in gambling activities.
More than 300 people were found to be gambling, eight remains in detention, two received administrative detention of 15 days police custody, and more than 300 were ‘educated’.
Among them, this year the public security organs of Lhasa City carried out 45,700 times of centralized clean-up and investigation, and, investigated 85 instability-prone areas, and 28 gambling dens.
Investigate and deal with 742 illegal persons, 6.557 million yuan in gambling, delete and block 1370 illegal websites; cracked six criminal cases involving drug, arrested 10 criminal suspects, and seized narcotics such as heroin.” The Lhasa Municipal Committee of Political Science and Law, Lhasa Municipal Commission for Discipline Inspection, Lhasa Municipal People’s Procuratorate, Lhasa Intermediate People’s Court and other relevant departments responsible for the collective implementation of the campaign attended the conference.
Dugkar and eight others were detained in early May on suspected charges of ‘jeopardizing social order through gambling and casino activities’.