Before the invasion Tibet had a rich and strong culture. The religious practices of the Tibetans were based on their daily lives and social lives were connected because the religious practices. This was observed by the government of china after the invasion and they fully destroyed the culture and religion of Tibetans. The religion of Tibetans taught them to find hope and struggle against the rule. During 1960 international commission of the Jurists explained that Tibetans will no longer follow their religion; Buddhism. They also mentioned to eradicate all the ideologies that were present in the religion of Tibetans. The policy of china has suppressed the religious practices so future can be protected. The measures taken by the government of chine to restrict the religion include: rebuilding of the monasteries that were destroyed during the cultural destruction and revolution. Monks and nuns in all the monasteries are limited and according to the numbers set by the government. Strict restrictions are implied over the practices of religion among the youth of Tibetans. The government has fully controlled the religious situation by opening democratic management committees in each monastery. These committees take control over the activities in these monasteries. The conflict of religion present between the Tibet and communist party is because of many reasons. The first reason can be the presence of majority of Han Chinese in the country. Communist party is made from majority of Han Chinese and they are not fair with other minorities and ethnic groups in the country. Second reason for the conflict is because of the power of the religion that can have thousands of followers because of the teachings of religion. These teachings and believes can be dangerous and rebellious for the government of the country because they develop into a revolution. These reasons have prohibited the practices of Buddhism and ceased the practices of the religion. Over 6000 monasteries and sacred places of Tibetans were destroyed by the communist party during the invasion. Apart from all the strict policies and restrictions imposed by the Chinese government, people of Tibet continue to seek their religion and practice it. Along with this some improvements are present in China that have taken an in depth look over the religious issues of Tibet. Today the political development of the country is at a static position where the communist party has taken over all the rights of the political life of Tibet. Religious and ethnic conflicts are not present today because the government never lets any one speak against them. This can be taken as clear evidence that the government of China has taken control over all the religious practices. Not only have this but the political system eliminated the religion of Buddhism so people of Tibet can never unite again in the name of religion (Norgay, 2014).