MPs visit Tibetan Settlements in Northern India


April 18, 2013 12:01 pm

Tibetan Parliamentarians Jigmey Jungney and Geshe Monlam Tharchin with the settlement officer and staff of Kamrao Tibetan settlement, Himachal Pradesh.

DHARAMSHALA: Tibetan Parliamentarians Geshe Monlam Tharchin and Jigmey Jungney visited Tibetan settlements in North India from 1- 17 April 2013. The settlements include Shimla Yangchen Gatseling, Paonta Cholsum, Puruwala, Satoun, Kumrao, Herbertpur, Thogyal Bon Tibetan Settelement and Selakui school and vocational centre.

The two Parliamentarians held public talks at these settlements, and described the proceedings and the resolutions passed in the recently concluded 5th session of the 15th Tibetan parliament-in-exile. They also talked about the critical situation prevailing inside Tibet currently.

The policies of the Tibetan leadership and the structure of the Central Tibetan Administration was  explained to the Tibetan public during their visits. The duo also answered questions posed by members of the Tibetan public from these settlements.

The parliamentarians with the settlement officer of Puruwala.