Around 300 Tibetans directed to leave Swiss in a fresh report from the Tibetan section of Radio Free Asia yesterday. The report informed that the immigrants resettlement camp has directed around 300 Tibetans to leave Swiss on the ground that they do not fulfill the necessary documents to seek political asylum in the country.
The news report said the local agencies reported that on August 27, 2017, in a gathering at the Swiss Tibetan Community hall in the presence of representatives from Tibetan community and the secretary of Immigration office reported about the rise in the influx of refugees to Swiss in the recent times.
“The Tibetan refugees numbers are rising every year. In order to redress the distress of the Tibetans, we have discussed the issue with the office of representative of His Holiness the Dalai Lama in Geneva and the leaders of Tibetan communities in Swiss. Since it is difficult for the Tibetans to survive in Tibet occupied China, we have Tibetans are being provided political asylum in Europe.” said the Swiss officer.
He also reported that there has been many Tibetans coming to Swiss without having proper documents to furnish and they have applied for the political asylum. In that process of reviewing their status whether they have arrived from Tibet, they have found that around 300 Tibetans can not be granted political asylum.
It is also reported that they have already ordered them to leave the country and they have also promised to bear the cost of returning expense in addition to a monetary assistance of 5000 Swiss franc to each of them.