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Tibet Support Groups to meet in the city

National Conference of the Tibet Support Groups of India will be held at Guwahati on 10th & 11th October 2015. The organising committee, headed by Sri RK Khrimey, former minister of Arunachal Pradesh, who is also the Chairman of the organising committee visited Guwahati today along with Sri JP Sharma, senior advocate, Delhi High Court, convenor of Delhi region and Jigmey Tsultrim, coordinator of Indo-Tibet Coordination Office, New Delhi as a preparatory team.

Sri Khrimey informed the media persons that representatives of more than 250 Tibet Support Groups from across the country will assemble at Guwahati for the conference. He also added that many prominent political leaders, few Governors, chief ministers and diplomats are likely to grace the occasion.

He also informed that the agenda of the conference is to create awareness about the activities/ policies of China towards India’s national security and Tibet issues among the people of northeast India, particularly at Guwahati, being the gateway for the entire region.

He has urged the Prime Minister of India regarding his concern to be taken up between Indo-China talks in the coming months.

PS. RK Khrimey may be contacted at 09436042177 for more details.

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