Dharamshala -- Tibetan Home minister met chief minister and senior leaders of Arunachal Pradesh to apprise them about some of the pressing issues relating to Tibetan refugees living in the state, media reported.
On 5 June, the Home Kalon Gyari Dolma met Chief Minister Nabam Tuki at his official residence during which the latter endorsed 'The Tibetan Rehabilitation Policy, 2014', according to a report by the Tibetan administration run media.
The report said "senior officials present at the meeting include Mr Pema Khandu, Minister for Urban Development, Town & Planning, Housing, Municipal Affairs, Art & Culture and Tourism, Mr T.N. Thongdok, deputy speaker of Arunachal Pradesh Legislative Assembly and principle secretary home."
The Tibetan minister "made an appeal to state government and also submitted a memorandum of grievances to the chief minister regarding the implementation of the Rehabilitation Policy and other related matters," it said.
The minister also met Mr Pema Khandu and several MLAs at his official residence in Itanagar on 4 June.
Dolma was accompanied by Mr Chhimey Rigzin, Additional Secretary, Tibetan Settlement Officers and delegations of Co-operative Societies from Tezu, Tenzingang and Miao Tibetan Settlements.