Is Tibetan Rehabilitation Policy Really A Trouble To Arunachal Pradesh?

Is Tibetan rehabilitation policy (TRP) really a trouble to Arunachal Pradesh? This is a very strong question to be raised owing to the strong criticism pointed out by several groups in the state against the state government’s decision to implement the Central Government of India’s Tibetan Rehabilitation Policy, 2014 in the state. Surprisingly, these criticism draws a conclusion that implementing the centralized policy for Tibetan refugees in India would deteriorate the welfare indigenous people of the state.

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Tibetan Rehabilitation Policy Yet To Be Passed Completely In Arunachal Pradesh: CM

The Tibetan Rehabilitation Policy 2014 is yet to be passed completely in Arunachal Pradesh completely said the Chief Minister Pema Khandu on Sunday according to reports. The Tibetan Rehabilitation Policy framed by Indian central government was adopted by the Arunachal government on August 12 but it attracted opposition from several civil society groups and the state opposition party, Peoples Party of Arunachal and congress.

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NGO Questions Arunachal Government’s Tibetan Rehabilitation Policy Adoption

NGO questions Arunachal government’s Tibetan rehabilitation policy adoption according to a report following the state government’s decision to extend the central government’s Tibetan rehabilitation policy formulated in 2014 to the state. The All Arunachal Pradesh Students’ Union (AAPSU) president issued a statement asking the state government to revoke the decision.

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Arunachal Pradesh Extend Tibetan Rehabilitation Policy 2014

The Arunachal Pradesh state extend Tibetan Rehabilitation policy 2014 on August 12 this year according to the mail report from the Chief Minister of the State to the President of Central Tibetan Administration, Dharamsala. The state adopted the Tibetan Rehabilitation Policy Act 2014 formalized by the Central Government of India for the Tibetans residing in the country.

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Sweden Does Not Accept India’s Tibetan Travel Document ‘IC’

Sweden does not accept India’s Tibetan travel document, Identity Certificate ‘IC’. Tibetan refugees living in India has a travel document issued by the Government of India in order to travel to different parts of the world. However, the Sweden government announced since last year that it does not accept that Tibetan travel document as a valid document according to a report by VOA Tibetan.

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After 58 Years, Dalai Lama Meets Assam Rifles Soldier Who Helped Him Escape Tibet 

In 1959 when the Dalai Lama escaped from Tibet, he treaded the hostile Himalayas with a caravan consisting of soldiers and countrymen who dexterously guided the Tibetan spiritual leader to India. One of them was a young soldier belonging to the Assam Rifles, a jawan named Naren Chandra Das who met the Dalai Lama during a recent session in Guwahati, Assam.

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Trump’s Executive Order On Immigration May Spell Tough Times For Tibetan Refugees 

New Delhi: United States President Donald Trump signed an executive order on Friday afternoon which effectively curtails the movement of immigrants signing into the United States of America. While the focal point of this decision remains Muslim-majority countries, Trump’s ‘narrow’ policy on immigration may spell tough times for Tibetan refugees.

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Nepal Gives Written Letter To Provide Tibetans Vital Certificates

Nepal government has issued a written commitment to facilitate providing vital registration certificates to Tibetan refugees in the country. Nepal’s written letter comes in response to the complaint lodged to the government through National Human Rights Commission.
The press release made by INHURED says that this commitment from the Nepali government is applicable to all Tibetans living in the country.

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