We feel safe: Tibetan home minister

We feel safe: Tibetan home minister

 Tibetan government in-exile home minister Dolma Gyari said it was important not to draw any conclusions into the attack on the Tibetan youth before the police complete the investigations.

Speaking to mediapersons during her visit to the city, Gyari said the police were undertaking investigations and it was necessary to avert any misunderstanding between the communities.

Asked if Tibetans felt safe in the country, Gyari said, “We feel safe in India.”
Expressing her confidence over the treatment being provided at K R hospital to Tensin Dangeriyal, Gyari said she was happy to see that the Tibetan youth was well taken care of. She said that the Karnataka state government had put in all efforts to contain the prevailing situation.

Gyari urged the residents to unite and fight for secularism, communal harmony and see to it that unity in diversity prevails.

Earlier, she visited Tensin Dangeriyal, the 23-year-old Tibetan youth who suffered stab injuries in a recent attack at K R Hospital in the city. She spoke to the youth for about 10 minutes and enquired about his health.