Tech for FTCP Network, Shimla / Dharamshala
Updated Tue, 18 Aug 2020 05:00 AM IST
Luo Song aka Charlie Peng
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At the same time, there was a lot of stir in the district Kangra on Monday. However, police, security agencies, the Dalai Lama office and officials of the exiled Tibet government headquarters avoided speaking anything about the case. According to sources, officials of police and investigative agencies have held talks with Delhi officials who disclosed the case. SP Kangra Vimukt Ranjan said that there are adequate security arrangements for the Dalai Lama. Seton, the secretary of the McLeodganj-based Dalai Lama office, said only the Tibetan government-in-exile would make a statement, his office would not say anything in this regard.
And desperate need to be vigilant: Yeshi Funchok
Deputy Speaker of the exiled Tibet Parliament, Yeshi Phunchok, said that it was unfortunate that his religious leader was spying the Dalai Lama to China. In spite of this, there is no threat of any kind to the religious leader Dalai Lama in his Dharamshala. Strong security arrangements have been made by the police. Yet they are in dire need to be more circumspect in such situations.
Former CM Shanta expressed concern over spying of Dalai Lama
The former CM said that Chief Minister Jairam Dharamshala should consult the officials of the Tibet government in exile, including the top officials of the state, and review the security arrangements of the religious leader Dalai Lama and take strict measures. He has urged the Prime Minister of the Tibetan government-in-exile to take seriously the omissions in the case of Lamu living in Majnu ka Tila. Shanta Kumar said that the Dalai Lama is not only the head of the Tibetan government, he is also the most respected spiritual leader in the world at this time.