On the occasion of the Dalai Lama‘s 86th birthday, Prime Minister Narendra Modi called the Tibetan spiritual leader and wished him a “long and healthy life.” “I called His Holiness the Dalai Lama to wish him a happy 86th birthday.
“We wish him a long and healthy life,” Prime Minister Modi wrote on Twitter. AIMIM chief Asaduddin Owaisi praised PM Modi for wishing the Dalai Lama a happy birthday and urged the PM to send a stronger message to China by meeting with the Dalai Lama.
“Excellent, sir! But meeting HH Dalai Lama in person would have sent a strong message to China,” Mr Owaisi responded to the Prime Minister’s tweet. The Dalai Lamah hailed India in a video on his birthday saying, “I have taken full advantage of India’s freedom and religious harmony since I have become a refugee and now have moved into India.”
He said he was highly respectful of the secular values of India such as “honesty, karuna (compassion), and ahimsa (non-violence). On the fourteenth Dalai Lama: The spiritual leader of Tibet is the Dalai Lama.
China does not accept India’s exiled Dalai Lama government. He was born in Taktser, Amdo, in north-eastern Tibet, on 6 July 1935 into a farmer’s family. The boy, then called Lhamo Dhondup, was known at the age of two as the re-incarnation of Thubten Gyatso, the previous thirteenth Dalai Lama.
He was called to take full political power in 1950, after Chinese invasion of Tibet.
He had to flee into exile in 1959. He lived in Dharamsala since then. The RFI states that a mini-unmanned aircraft system must be covered by a 360° coverage with a range of 5 km.