Tibetan parliamentary delegation commences Tibet-advocacy campaign in Ranchi

The delegates present a Tibetan parliamentary souvenir to Sh. Chandreshwar Prasad Singh, Minister of Urban Development, Government of Jharkhand and Former Speaker of Jharkhand on Nov Legislative Assembly on Nov 15.

 

Ranchi, Jharkand: As a part of all-India Tibet-advocacy campaign by the 16th Tibetan parliament -in-exile, the Tibetan parliamentary delegation comprised of Ven. Khenpo Kada Ngodup Sonam, Mr. Tenzin Jamyang and Mrs. Tsering Lhamo has kicked off the campaign at the capital city of Jharkhand, Ranchi by successfully calling upon several leaders of the state.

They reached the city on Nov 13 and were received by Mr. Tenzin Lhundup, the Vice-President of Tibetan Winter Market Association.

Thereafter, the next day on Nov 14, the delegates, along with Mr. Tenzin Lhundup met with Sh. Sudesh Kumar Chandravanshi, Regional Convenor, Core Group for Tibetan Cause to discuss on their campaign’s itinerary.

Sh. Chandreshwar Prasad Singh discuses various issues on Tibet and Tibetan people with the Tibetan parliamentary delegation on Nov 15.

 

Later, they called on Sh. Chandreshwar Prasad Singh, Minister of Urban Development, Government of Jharkhand and Former Speaker of Jharkhand Legislative Assembly and apprised him on the issues concerning Tibet and the urgent situation there. They also discussed on the demographic profile of Tibetans in Tibet and India. The Hon’ble Minister posed several questions regarding the Thank-you India campaign by Central Tibetan Administration and also on the state of Tibetans in exile, which were respectively answered by the delegates and engaged in an interactive discussion over the issues of Tibet for about forty minutes.

Parliamentarian Mr. Tenzin Jamyang answering to the questions by Zee News media personnel on Nov 15.

 

Subsequently, Zee News took an interview of the delegates regarding the ongoing Tibet-advocacy campaign and Parliamentarian Mr. Tenzin Jamyang spoke on the circumstances of Tibet and the various issues that ravage Tibet.

The delegates present a Tibetan parliamentary souvenir to the Former Chief Minister of Jharkhand and President of Jharkhand Mukti Morcha (JMM) Sh. Hemant Soren on Nov 15.

 

In the afternoon of the same day, they called on Former Chief Minister of Jharkhand and President of Jharkhand Mukti Morcha (JMM) Sh. Hemant Soren. During the meeting with the former Chief Minister, the delegates apprised him on the status of Tibetan people in exile. They discussed interactively on the rivers of India, originating from Tibet and the drastic environmental consequences posed to the free-flowing river ecosystem of the neighboring riparian countries due to the incessant damming in Tibet by the Chinese government.

Sh. Hemant Soren discussing various environmental issues with the Tibetan parliamentary delegation on Nov 15.

 

News 11 also took interview of the delegates, during which Parliamentarian Mr. Tenzin Jamyang spoke on the issues and cause of Tibet.

The Tibetan parliamentary delegation continues to advocate for Tibet in Jharkhand.

Parliamentarian Mr. Tenzin Jamyang answering to the questions by Zee News media personnel on Nov 15.