MP’s submitted memorandum demanding Bharat Ratna for Dalai Lama

New Delhi. About 200 Parliament members from India has filed a signed petition to government of India to confer the Bharat Ratna award to exiled tibetan spiritual leader Dalai Lama.

Parliamentary Forum for Tibet has taken the petition to Home Minister of India Rajnath Singh.

Former CM of Himachal Pradesh Shanta Kumar has said at a press release that 200 MPs from across the parties of India had signed a memorandum demanding Bharat Ratna for Dalai Lama.

According to the report in The Tribune India the memorandum has been submitted to the Home Minister of India Raj Nath Singh.

“His contribution has been acknowledged across the globe. He was also awarded Nobel Peace Prize in 1989. The parliamentarians have made a conscious decision to demand Bharat Ratna for him,” said the former CM.

Bihar CM Nitish Kumar endorsed Gopalkrishna Gandhi’s, a grandson of Mahatma Gandhi campaign demanding India to confer its highest civilian award Bharat Ratna to Dalai Lama.

The 83 year old spiritual leader has been living in exile in India for the past sixty years and he has been globally recognized with highest international honour Nobel Peace prize in 1989.

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