Tibetan Prime Minister to visit Tibetan settlements in North East India


Tibetan Prime Minister in exile, Dr. Lobsang Sangay would visit North-Eastern India from 25 January – 6 February as part of his efforts to meet Tibetans living in the settlements across the country.

A spokesman of Tibetan Central Administration said in a statement released to media at Dharamshala yesterday that Mr. Sangay would likely to meet Tibetans living in settlements and clustered communities in Tawang, Dirang, Bomdila, Tenzingang, Tuting, Tezu and Miao in Arunachal Pradesh and Shillong in Meghalaya from 26 January-4 February.

On 1 February, he would receive Tibetan Spiritual leader The Dalai Lama who would inaugurate Tibet festival to be held in Guwahati from 2-6 February.

The Sikyong (PM) will deliver lectures at Martin Luther Christian University in Shillong and National Law University & Academy in Guwahati on 4 and 5 February respectively. He will also grace the closing ceremony of Tibet festival.

The Sikyong will return to Dharamshala on 8 February. It is interesting to know here that Mr. Sangay was born in Tawang in one of settlement in India.

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