Dehradun: As per the schedule of the Tibetan Parliament in Exile, seventeenth Tibetan Parliament in Exile MPs Udon Aukatsang and Khenpo Jamfel Tenzin are formally visiting Tibetans in Uttarakhand. Visitor MPs Mr. On twenty seventh August the Chief Minister of Uttarakhand Pushkar Singh Dhami, after which from twenty seventh to twenty ninth August visited Rajpur Tibetan Girls’s Handicraft Centre, Tsering Dhondenling, Rabtenling, Dhondupaling and Lingtsang Tibetan Settlement.
After visiting Rajpur Tibetan Girls’s Handicraft Heart on twenty seventhth In August, MPs meet with Tibetan residents of Rajpur, with MP Khenpo Jamphel Tenzin speaking in regards to the improvement of Tibetan democracy in exile, the functioning of the Tibetan Parliament in Exile and the nice achievements of His Holiness the Dalai Lama. Whereas MP Youdon Aukatsang spoke on the worldwide political scenario and the political scenario in China specifically. He additional spoke on the present dire scenario inside Tibet. He additionally participated in a Q&A session and answered questions raised by the individuals. He additionally visited Rajpur Tibetan Houses Faculty (THS) and met the college, workers and college students there. On the identical day, he additionally visited Tsering Dhondenling and spoke on the above matters whereas assembly with the residents.
Within the night the MPs requested Mr. Uttarakhand Chief Minister Pushkar Singh Dhami requested help within the implementation of the Tibetan Rehabilitation Coverage of 2014 and the development of the highway in Gefeling Tibetan settlement. He then visited the Gefeling settlement and the Rabtenling settlement the following day and spoke to the general public on the above matters.
29. Toth In August, lawmakers visited Olympus Excessive Faculty in Dehradun, the place MP Yudon Aukatsang introduced the difficulty of Tibet to college students and talked in regards to the present dire scenario inside Tibet. He expressed his gratitude to India for supporting the Tibetan motion for greater than six many years and urged for its continued help. Whereas MP Khenpo Jamphel Tenzin defined Indo-Tibetan relations stemming from hundreds of years of historical past of shut ties in faith, tradition and borders. He additional defined how Tibetans have preserved historical Indian traditions. The scholars have been very excited to ask inquiries to the Tibetan parliamentarians, which have been answered by the parliamentarians.
Thereafter, he visited the Lingtsang Tibetan settlement and met Tibetans residing there. He spoke on the above matters and answered the questions raised by the general public.
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