[ 2007-5-13 ]
DAMAK, May 12: Bhutanese refugees have announced to launch decisive movement from coming May 28 for their return to the home country.
Bhutanese refugees in Jhsapa and Morang district will come to the movement at the same say when the model election will be holding in Bhutan, said the Bhutanese refugees leaders.
The election which is going to be held in Bhutan by only including more than own 1, 00,000 supporters has no justifiable ground, said Drun National Congress General Secretary Rinjid Dorje, informing that the strong protest will be launched against this development.
According to General Secretary Dorje, Bhutanese refugees are scheduled to enter Bhutan through the transit of Kakdbhitta and way of India.
The movement of refugees will be led by the umbrella organization of Bhutanese political parties National Front for Democracy.
A talk team including the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees� Chief in Nepal Abraham Abraham discussed with the refugees regarding the issue of repatriating Bhutanese refugees in the third country, yesterday.
Matters related to the process of repatriation of refugees in third country including America were focused in the discussion held in Damak-based Office of the High Commissioner.