Dalai Lama furnishes details to census officials

February 21st 2011

Dharamsala, HP, India, 20 Feb 2011 (News Agencies) - Tibetan spiritual leader the Dalai Lama today registered his name and other details in the second phase of the Indian Census 2011.

Census enumerator for the area Sangeeta Sekhri carried out the exercise in the second phase of census on Sunday morning, after he had returned from his tour. Sekhri was accompanied by Kangra District Census Officer A L Sharma and Director, Census Operations, Balbir Tegta.

The officials after meeting said the Tibetan leader was excited and also appealed to Indians to cooperate in the marathon exercise.

 

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