Chinese government has ever since aiming at reducing cost of creation of the crude material. They have seemed to found a solution as they have begun utilizing neighborhood Tibetan populace in Driru and different pieces of Tibet widely for work.
China constantly keeps on treating Tibet like a non-independent area, disturbing local settlement with raging abuse of its characteristic assets, constrained work camps and social enslavement.
Even though, the irrational exploitation of minerals from Tibet and East Turkestan makes no commitment to flourish the Chinese economy, it is still a constant threat for Tibetian people.
The mining activities and mineral extractions started in these occupied regions as small projects worth around $100bn or Yuan 600bn in the Tsaidam Basin.
Mineral abuse, constrained work: How China keeps on choking Tibet
Tibet has rich depositories of chromium, boron, lithium, copper, and numerous other uncommon earth minerals. Including valuable metals like uranium and gold, an enormous number of other reserves differing in sizes are also very prominent in Tibet. These add together to exceed a list of precious 120 earth minerals.
New networks have been constructed for easy transports to different mining project destinations in the Driru District. China has perhaps encountered colossal assets of minerals in region. The Chinese government has been misusing these mineral assets without fearing any consequences due to lack of exchange channels and absence of correspondence stations.
The Chinese government in Tibet has also embraced numerous brutal choices, for example, the setting up Gulag-type inhumane imprisonments.
With its greedy mindset and lack of humanity, Chinese government has broadly been utilizing the nearby populace as labor. The government has therefore been forcing many people to work in order to diminish the crude material creation cost.
Huge numbers of settlement areas and villages have been ignored for more than 50 years now. The people are waiting for a change that leads them to basic living standards. At such a sensitive situation, the Chinese Communist Party has planned to misuse and abuse such weak individuals to work for minimum allowances under government-owned enterprises.
Social control and strict oppression help the Chinese government-run offices and organizations to compel local people to work for a wage in the mining and different ventures, well on the way to create modest merchandise.