Prohibitory Order Upon Protests Against Tibetan Refugees

A prohibitory order upon protests against Tibetan refugees by the Students’ United Movement of All Arunachal (SUMAA) has been issued by the District Magistrate of West Kemang District of Arunachal Pradesh from Bomdila on Monday. The students group has been carrying out a protest against Tibetan refugees since the beginning of this month leading to unrest in the region.

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BJP Assures Implementing Tibetan Rehabilitation Policy Will Not Affect Arunachalees

BJP assures implementing Tibetan Rehabilitation Policy will not affect Arunachalees according to the latest statement from the State BJP president. The state government’s cabinet decided earlier this week to implement central government’s Tibetan Rehabilitation Policy 2014 in the state and BJP today assured that it will not affect the Arunachalees.

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People Need Not Worry About Tibetan Rehabilitation Policy: NPP Arunachal Pradesh

People need not worry about Tibetan rehabilitation policy in Arunachal Pradesh which was approved to be implemented in the state last recently by the cabinet of CM Shri. Pema Khandu, said the National People’s Party following the All Arunachal Pradesh Students Union (APPSU) president’s statement denouncing the government’s decision in extending the rehabilitation policy for the Tibetan refugees in the state.

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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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