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Nepal Ministry of Home Affairs has in principle taken a decision to deny entry to 11 Tibetan leaders

June 24, 2012

http://www.ekantipur.com/the-kathmandu-post/2012/04/26/nation/tibetan-fm-in-exile-denied-entry/234213.html

KATHMANDU, APR 26 -
Nepal on Thursday denied entry to Finance Minister of the India-based Tibetan Government-in-exile, Tshering Dhondup, who landed at the Tribhuvan International Airport from Doha, Qatar.

Security officials stopped him at the airport where he was supposed to get immigration clearance. Following this, Dhondup took a flight to New Delhi.

The Ministry of Home Affairs has in principle taken a decision to deny entry to 11 Tibetan leaders, including Dhondup, a former immigration department official said. The official added that Dhondup had landed in Kathmandu in the first week of April also and that he had been denied entry back then.
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