TROUBLE IN TIBET – WHAT IS INTELLIGENCE? – KNOW YOUR ENEMY

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TROUBLE IN TIBET – PROBLEM OF ESPIONAGE

TROUBLE IN TIBET – PROBLEM OF ESPIONAGE. DEATH OF DAPON/POLITICAL LEADER RATUK NGAWANG ON FEBRUARY 07, 2016 AT AGE 90 EXPOSES “INCONVENIENT TRUTH.”On specialfrontierforce.org

For the United States, India, and Tibet, problem of espionage is a ‘Inconvenient Truth’. Death of Political Leader Ratuk Ngawang on February 07, 2016 at age 90 again exposes the problem of espionage that overshadows ‘Trouble in Tibet’. For example, his death is reported in news media with a photo image( Ratu Ngawang & Gyalo Thondup) obtained by Chinese agent using hidden camera. The fact that Political Leader Ratuk Ngawang shared such photo images taken by hidden cameras with news media clearly establishes his collaboration with enemy agents or spies.

I worked with Political Leader Ratuk Ngawang from September 1971 to December 1974 while I served in Establishment No. 22. I lost my sense of respect for him on January 10, 1973. I was not a direct eye-witness, but on that day I learned about a disturbing incident at our Camp. I did not inquire about the precise date and time of that incident. It was about cremation of a Tibetan Buddhist monk who apparently died while he was in custody of Political Leader Ngawang. None of was serving in Establishment No. 22 at that time got a chance to see or speak to that Tibetan monk arrested by him. This monk worked in our Camp apparently performing simple, religious duties. Political Leader Ngawang was in charge of a secret, internal investigation to probe an incident that dates back to June 03, 1972 and he never shared his findings. He took several months and arrested this monk sometime before January 10, 1973. Political Leader Ngawang reported findings of his investigation after death of this arrested person. He did not request for autopsy to confirm the cause of prisoner’s death. He reported it as a natural event and immediately proceeded with cremation as per Tibetan tradition. No formal Court of Inquiry was appointed to ascertain the cause of death due to procedural reasons.

TROUBLE IN TIBET - PROBLEM OF ESPIONAGE
TROUBLE IN TIBET – PROBLEM OF ESPIONAGE. POLITICAL LEADER RATUK NGAWANG INTERVIEWED BY INDIAN JOURNALIST TO WHOM HE SUPPLIED PHOTOS CAPTURED BY HIDDEN CAMERAS.

Eventually, in 1976 Political Leader Ngawang prematurely retired from Service with his retirement income benefits. He received official pardon and lived his life in Samyeling Tibetan Colony Manjuka Tilla, Delhi. My suspicions about Political Leader Ngawang’s collaboration with enemy agents or spies got aroused when he shared several photo images(illegally obtained using hidden cameras) with Indian journalists who interviewed him for two different stories long after 1976. Indian newspapers published those photo images.

I recognize Ratuk Ngawang’s service in support of Freedom in Tibet but he could not live up to his commitment.

Rudranarasimham Rebbapragada
Ann Arbor, MI 48104-4162 USA
SPECIAL FRONTIER FORCE

POLITICAL LEADER/DAPON RATUK NGAWANG DIES AT 90. PHAYUL PUBLISHED ILLEGAL PHOTO IMAGE TAKEN BY CHINESE SPY.

Ratu Ngawang dies at 90 – http://www.phayul.com
RATU NGAWANG DIES AT 90 

Phayul[Tuesday, February 09, 2016 19:49]

TROUBLE IN TIBET - PROBLEM OF ESPIONAGE. DAPON/POLITICAL LEADER RATUK NGAWANG OF ESTABLISHMENT 22 DIED ON FEBRUARY 07, 2016 AT AGE 90. HE SHARED THIS PHOTO IMAGE WITH INDIAN NEWS MEDIA.
TROUBLE IN TIBET – PROBLEM OF ESPIONAGE. DAPON/POLITICAL LEADER RATUK NGAWANG OF ESTABLISHMENT 22 DIED ON FEBRUARY 07, 2016 AT AGE 90. HE SHARED THIS PHOTO IMAGE WITH INDIAN NEWS MEDIA. HE IS STANDING LEFT(IN UNIFORM) NEXT TO GYALO THONDUP, BROTHER OF HIS HOLINESS THE 14th DALAI LAMA. PHOTO ILLEGALLY TAKEN USING HIDDEN CAMERA AT CHAKRATA, INDIA.

Ratu with Gyalo Thondup at Chakrata/file(*Phayul.com may have to disclose name of the “OWNER” of this ‘FILE’ Photo.)

DHARAMSHALA, February 9: A former soldier in the Chushi Gangdruk and one of the founding members of the Special Frontier Force, an Indian paramilitary troop comprising of Tibetan recruits, have breathed his last on February 7, 2016 at his residence at the Samyeling Tibetan Colony in Majnuka Tilla, Delhi. Ratuk Ngawang was born in Kham Lithang in 1926. A close confidante of Adruk Gonpo Tashi, the businessman who founded the Tibetan resistance army in the guise of a business group, Ratuk Ngawang rose to the top of this resistance army. Ngawang was a part of the Chushi Gangdruk troops that accompanied the young Dalai Lama on his flight to India, one of his biggest contribution to the Tibetan people.

TROUBLE IN TIBET - PROBLEM OF ESPIONAGE. POLITICAL LEADER/DAPON RATUK NGAWANG DIES AT 90. PROBLEM OF CHINESE ESPIONAGE EXPOSED.
TROUBLE IN TIBET – PROBLEM OF ESPIONAGE. POLITICAL LEADER/DAPON RATUK NGAWANG DIES AT 90. PROBLEM OF CHINESE ESPIONAGE EXPOSED. HIS HOLINESS GAVE HIM OFFICIAL PARDON. HE WAS FORGIVEN BUT ‘INCONVENIENT TRUTH’ REMAINS.

Ratu Ngawang lay in rest, Family photo.

Ratu Ngawang was roped in by Gyalo Thondup to lead the Tibetan Special Frontier Force, which also came to be known as the 22, courtesy its first Inspector General Sujan Singh Uban who hailed from the 22 Mountain Regiment. Ratu Ngawang played a key role in recruitment of Tibetan youth into the newly created Tibetan regiment(**this is incorrect for recruits owed allegiance to Tibet and Tibet’s Supreme Ruler) which was a brainchild of Pandit Nehru and the CIA in tackling China. Ratu Ngawang led one of the three columns that set on foot into the marshy tracts of Chittagong in the 1971 Bangladesh war. The Tibetan participation in the 1971 war is a little known fact amongst Indian public as the Tibetans were not officially on the battlefield. Ratu Ngawang led the North Column(*** this is incorrect; Political Leader of North Column died in action, killed by enemy fire) while Pekar Thinlay and Gyato Thondup led the South Column and Central Column respectively. 51 Tibetan soldiers lost their lives in the war that gave birth to Bangladesh as a new country. “I have enrolled myself in the Special Frontier Force with an aim to fight the Chinese. I lured the new recruits by telling them that it was an opportunity to fight the Chinese. I was myself ready to die fighting the Chinese,” Ratu recalled telling his boss Sujan Singh Uban when he was asked about the possibility of the Tibetan soldiers joining the Bangladesh War in 1971, in an interview(**** This statement shows that he did not understand the purpose of joining the Bangladesh War. It gave men combat experience to prepare them for a future war to evict military occupier of Tibet). Reactions to the news of his death on social networking sites hail him as a true hero of Tibet. Ratu Ngawang la is survived by his wife Dechen Wangmo and four children. He was 90.

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ILLEGAL PHOTO IMAGES TAKEN BY HIDDEN CAMERAS SUPPLIED TO INDIAN JOURNALISTS BY DAPON/POLITICAL LEADER RATUK NGAWANG AFTER HIS RETIREMENT IN 1976. THERE WAS NO OFFICIAL PHOTOGRAPHER.

 

TROUBLE IN TIBET – PROBLEM OF ESPIONAGE. DAPON/POLITICAL LEADER WITH GYALO THONDUP, BROTHER OF DALAI LAMA. PHOTO APPARENTLY TAKEN IN 1971. PHOTOGRAPHED BY UNKNOWN CHINESE SPY WHO WORKED IN CHAKRATA .
TROUBLE IN TIBET - PROBLEM OF ESPIONAGE. DAPON/POLITICAL LEADER RATUK NGAWANG SUPPLIED THIS ILLEGAL PHOTO IMAGE TO INDIAN JOURNALIST. HIS HOLINESS THE DALAI LAMA WITH MAJOR GENERAL SUJAN SINGH UBAN ON JUNE 03, 1972.
TROUBLE IN TIBET – PROBLEM OF ESPIONAGE. DAPON/POLITICAL LEADER RATUK NGAWANG SUPPLIED THIS ILLEGAL PHOTO IMAGE TAKEN BY CHINESE SPY TO INDIAN JOURNALIST. HIS HOLINESS THE DALAI LAMA WITH MAJOR GENERAL SUJAN SINGH UBAN ON JUNE 03, 1972.
TROUBLE IN TIBET - PROBLEM OF ESPIONAGE. DAPON/POLITICAL LEADER RATUK NGAWANG ARRESTED A TIBETAN BUDDHIST MONK WHO CAPTURED THIS ILLEGAL PHOTO IMAGE ON JUNE 03, 1972. THAT TIBETAN PRISONER, SUSPECTED CHINESE SPY DIED MYSTERIOUSLY SOME TIME BEFORE JANUARY 10, 1973.
TROUBLE IN TIBET – PROBLEM OF ESPIONAGE. DAPON/POLITICAL LEADER RATUK NGAWANG ARRESTED A TIBETAN BUDDHIST MONK WHO CAPTURED THIS ILLEGAL PHOTO IMAGE ON JUNE 03, 1972. THAT TIBETAN PRISONER, SUSPECTED CHINESE SPY DIED MYSTERIOUSLY SOMETIME BEFORE JANUARY 10, 1973. DALAI LAMA WITH MAJOR GENERAL SUJAN SINGH UBAN.
Ratu Ngawang (far left), former brigadier of Establishment 22, escorted the Dalai Lama (right) on his way to India in 1959. Seen here with Sujan Singh Uban (2nd from right), the first inspector-general of the regiment, in Chakrata, 1972.
Ratu Ngawang (far left), former Dapon/Political Leader of Establishment 22, escorted the Dalai Lama (right) on his way to India in 1959. Seen here with Sujan Singh Uban (2nd from right), the first inspector-general of the regiment, in Chakrata, June 03, 1972. Photo taken by Chinese Spy.
TROUBLE IN TIBET - PROBLEM OF ESPIONAGE. DAPON/POLITICAL LEADER RATUK NGAWANG SUPPLIED THIS ILLEGAL PHOTO IMAGE TO INDIAN JOURNALIST AFTER HE RETIRED FROM SERVICE AT ESTABLISHMENT NO. 22.
TROUBLE IN TIBET – PROBLEM OF ESPIONAGE. DAPON/POLITICAL LEADER RATUK NGAWANG SUPPLIED THIS ILLEGAL PHOTO IMAGE TAKEN BY CHINESE SPY TO INDIAN JOURNALIST AFTER HE RETIRED FROM SERVICE AT ESTABLISHMENT NO. 22.
TROUBLE IN TIBET - PROBLEM OF ESPIONAGE. ILLEGAL PHOTO IMAGE TAKEN BY CHINESE SPY AT ESTABLISHMENT NO. 22. DAPON/POLITICAL LEADER RATUK NGAWANG HAD POSSESSION OF THIS IMAGE AND SUPPLIED IT TO A JOURNALIST.
TROUBLE IN TIBET – PROBLEM OF ESPIONAGE. ILLEGAL PHOTO IMAGE TAKEN BY CHINESE SPY AT ESTABLISHMENT NO. 22. DAPON/POLITICAL LEADER RATUK NGAWANG HAD POSSESSION OF THIS IMAGE AND SUPPLIED IT TO A JOURNALIST.
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2 thoughts on “TROUBLE IN TIBET – WHAT IS INTELLIGENCE? – KNOW YOUR ENEMY

    Sonam Yangzom said:
    April 5, 2016 at 2:23 PM

    This is the response to article -“TROUBLE IN TIBET – What is Intelligence PROBLEM OF ESPIONAGE”
    Feb 10, 2016 by Rudranarasimham Rebbapragada

    This is Sonam Yangzom, daughter of Late Mr. Ratu Ngawang. You have got the wrong person here. It is your fault and loss when you couldn’t find out the fact when he was alive. I don’t know who your resource is , but you definitely sound like you were paid to write. There was no hidden camera when he was in SFF 22.
    He had given all the interviews openly some with or without camera and video and some aired on Radio over the phone. The photo you have loaded with blue shirt pointing his finger was taken at his home in Samyeling, Majnu-Ka-Tilla.

    My father has done nothing wrong so there is nothing to hide. He lived in Samyeling on his own willing. Mr. Ratu Ngawang was a great, honest, brave man. He has contributed so much to his country Tibet and community. He was very loyal to His Holiness the Dalai Lama. His retirement benefit, there was nothing, no pension or medical support. He and his wife worked hard to make their living.

    My father was in Bangadesh war 1971, led the North Column and many Tibetans died in the war, yet no credit for Tibetans. Indians took all the credit. Have they mentioned once about Tibetans then. Shame on you when you can’t write the story straight.

    Yes, my father couldn’t live up to his wishes, that is, he was not able to get his country back as Free Tibet and not able to bring His Holiness the Dalai Lama back to Tibet.

    I demand you to take down the article or straighten out the story and apologize.

    Sonam Yangzom Ratutsang

      WholeDude responded:
      April 5, 2016 at 11:49 PM

      Dear Ms. Sonam Yangzom Ratutsang,

      Thanks for reading my blog post and sharing your view and concerns.

      Please refer to my article titled Special Frontier Force – Whole Espionage dated May 12, 2013. http://WholeDude.com/2013/05/12/Special-Frontier-Force-Whole-Espionage/

      I know your father and mother for I had served in Establishment No.22 at the same time and interacted with them several times. My deep concerns about your father began on January 10, 1973 when I was informed about death of a prisoner who was in your father’s custody. The prisoner was hurriedly cremated and I was not happy about that incident. I agree with you that he was interviewed at his residence in Samyeling, Majnu-ka-Tilla after retiring from service. I included his photograph taken at his home in which he is seen wearing blue shirt to give my readers an opportunity to know him better while the spying activity dates back to 1971 and 1972.

      You are right about the use of “Hidden Cameras.” When he served in Special Frontier Force, Establishment No. 22 use of cameras at official functions was strictly prohibited. However, your father shared photo images with news media and those images were taken during official functions where cameras are not allowed. The photo images distributed by your father to journalists were obtained by using Hidden Camera and hence they represent as evidence of spying activity or ‘Espionage’. If you deny, this problem will not go away. Those photo images are illegal, and your father had no right to possess them.

      It is indeed very unfortunate to clarify that your father was not “LOYAL” to His Holiness the 14th Dalai Lama. His loyalty got changed as some corrupt influence entered his life. He failed in his duty and he failed Tibetan Nation by helping, assisting or cooperating with our Enemy. However, your father could not cause any damage. Apparently, His Holiness had forgiven your father’s mischief and pardoned his actions.

      I participated in Operation Eagle, the military action in Chittagong Hill Tracts. I served in South Column under Command of Lieutenant Colonel B K Narayan. I worked with Lieutenant Colonel Prasanta Coomar Purkayastha VrC of Garhwal Rifles who served as Commander of North Column during 1971 Bangladesh Operation . I also worked with Major Raj Kumar Malhotra who received VrC gallantry award and Captain(Doctor) Ashok Kumar Jaiswal who received VSM award while they served in North Column. You have not mentioned the name of Political Leader of North Column who was killed by enemy action.

      I was there, I know where Tibetans got injured and were killed. I know the places where they were buried or cremated. As you know, South Column had more losses as compared to North Column. After the 1971 War, I worked in the Military Hospital Wing. We had a Lady Doctor Captain Rajani Bala Chauhan to take care of female recruits. I used to visit the Camp with female recruits whenever Lady Doctor was not available. Your mother was there. But, now she may not remember my face. In another blog post, I included my photograph taken in 1972.

      I wish you all the best in your life. Kindly give my greetings to your mother. My article will remain as it is correct and is truthful. I have no reason to express any sense of regret for posting that article. No apology is due. Truth should not remain hidden. Our mental wounds will heal when we share the truth.

      If you think that your father was not involved in spying or ‘Espionage’, you have to give a resonable explanation for your father’s illegal possession of those photo images published by news media.

      You are not correct in claiming that Tibetans were not given any credit. You were not there. I was present. I know who gave them the credit that they deserve.

      For your convenience, I am including my Indian Army Service information. If you think I am wrong, kindly write to Honorable Prime Minister and Defence Minister and request them to take action against me.

      With very best wishes,

      Yours Sincerely,

      R. Rudra Narasimham (R. R. Narasimham),
      Service Number: MS-8466(SSRC) and MR-03277K(DPC)
      Rank: Captain/Major
      Branch: Army Medical Corps
      Designation: Medical Officer
      Unit: Special Frontier Force/Hq Establishment No. 22, C/O 56 APO.

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