Arunachal Govt. Warns Student Union Digging a ‘Non-Issue’ Tibetan Rehabilitation

Following the series of agitation brought about in the headquarter of West Kemang district of Arunachal Pradesh by the members and supporters of a student union over the issue of Tibetan refugees, the state administration on Wednesday briefed in a press conference that the government will not allow any organization or student union to take law in their hands.

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Student Body’s Leaders Detained for Extortion During Protest Against Tibetans

The Arunachal Pradesh police on Tuesday detained the leaders of the student body for allegedly involving in extortion during their protest rallies against the Tibetan refugees carried out recently in Bomdila. The detention order issued by the West Kameng deputy commissioner has been made under Section 3(i) of the Arunachal Pradesh Unlawful Activities (Prevention) Act, 2014.

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Arunachal Community Condemns Student Body’s Protest Against Tibetan Refugees

Since the beginning of this month, a student body called as Students’ United Movement of All Arunachal (SUMAA) began protesting against the Tibetan Rehabilitation Policy 2014 and since July 13 they have been carrying out rallies in Bomdila, Tenga and Rupa creating unrest among people. Community Based Organizations (CBO) other community leaders of Arunachal community condemned the student body’s activities.

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Arunachal NGO Claim Tibetans Holding Key State Govt. Positions And Is A National Security Threat

An Arunachal NGO has alleged that there are Tibetans holding key administrative positions in the state government and they believe is a national security threat. Arunachal NGO has appealed to nations securities agencies to find out if Tibetans are holding key administrative positions in their state government.

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Tibetan Settlement Receives Record Tenancy Certificate From Govt.

The Mundgod Tibetan settlement receives the Record Tenancy Certificate (RTC) from the government of Karnataka today on the occasion of His Holiness the Dalai Lama’s visit to the settlement. This government certificate comes after the implementation of the Tibetan Rehabilitation Policy 2014 in the Tibetan settlements of the state.

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Tibetan Rehabilitation Policy Adopted By Arunachal Assembly

Tibetan Rehabilitation Policy adopted by Arunachal Pradesh state assembly today after the Parliamentary affairs minister, Bamang Felix moved it in the assembly. The Tibetan Rehabilitation Policy 2014 was strongly protested by several student groups in the state and the assembly today adopted to implement the policy in the state.

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CM Khandu Assures Tibetan Policy Not Hampers State Interests

CM Khandu assures Tibetan Policy (Tibetan Rehabilitation Policy 2014) not hampers state interest to the delegates of Students Union Movement of All Arunachal (SUMAA) on Thursday in Itanagar. The delegates of SUMAA called on the Chief Minister to express their concerns over the implementation of Tibetan Rehabilitation Policy in Arunachal Pradesh.

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Study Body Rallies Against Tibetan Refugees In Arunachal Pradesh

A student body rallies against Tibetan refugees in Arunachal Pradesh yesterday in the Indian state capital, Itanagar. The Students United Movement of All Arunachal (SUMAA) carried out a mass rally against the Tibetan Rehabilitation Policy 2014 that was implemented in to the state in August this year.

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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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