Dharamshala -- Tibetan Parliamentarians visited the Tibetan settlements in northeast India from 10 – 29 May as part of the Tibetan Parliament's efforts to reach out to the Tibetan public.
Mr Pema Jungney and Mr Dawa Phunkyi visited the Tibetan settlements of Gangtok, Ravangla, Salugara and Kalimpong in northeast India from 10 – 29 May, said a report by Tibetan administration media.
During their visit, the delegation met the heads of various Tibetan organisations in the area and gave public addresses to members of the local Tibetan community, it said.
Report said the delegates spoke about "the evolution of Tibetan democracy, the Middle Way Approach of the Tibetan administration to resolve the Tibet issue, the structure of the Central Tibetan Administration, followed by question/answer sessions."
"The duo promised co-operation and assistance of the Tibetan Parliament towards the grievances and suggestions expressed by the public during their interaction," it further added.