Lobsang Yeshi said India should provide unstinted support to the Tibet struggle.
A member of a four-member Tibetan delegation, Yeshi also met Goa ministers, politicians and an MP.
"The Indian government should put diplomatic pressure on China to resume the dialogues with us. China and we need to look for a solution within the broader parameters of autonomy and also improve the human rights conditions," Yeshi said.
Yeshi said that over 10 million Chinese have been settling in Tibetan annually, as against the six million indigenous Tibetan population.
"Tibet needs its social stability, unity, harmony and abolition of human rights violation. We hope that India stands alongside Tibetans in upholding the ideals of humanitarianism, freedom and democracy," Yeshi said.
--IANS (Posted on 27-08-2013)