Tibet: A bill was presented to give the status of a separate country to Tibet in the US Parliament
Representative of the US Parliament, Scott Perry, has introduced a bill (bill) in Congress (US Parliament) to recognize Tibet as a separate and independent country. The Central Tibet Administration, in its report released on 25 May, stated that Perry presented his bill before the House Committee on Foreign Affairs on 19 May. The Central Administration is also known as the Exile Government of Tibet. The bill has been sent to the White House in recognition of US President Donald Trump.
Senator Scott Perry of Pennsylvania has been among the 32 members of Congress who signed a letter to Tom Lantos’s US Secretary of State that sought to implement two legislations related to Tibet. Perry in his bill has sought to increase pressure on Beijing on the issue of Tibet. It is worth mentioning that at present, relations between America and China are already very tense. On May 22, Perry introduced a similar bill in favor of the people of Hong Kong. The bill calls for the support of the people of Hong Kong for free democracy.
The Dalai Lama had to leave the country at the age of 24
In 1959, after the Chinese invasion the Dalai Lama was forced to leave the country with followers. At that time, he was only 24 years old. The Dalai Lama reached India after crossing extremely risky paths. Some days he was lodged in Dehradun. He is then allowed to live in McLeodganj, Dharamshala. Here is his palace, a Buddhist temple. The Tibet government in exile also works at some distance from it.